Grammar Checklist

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TIP 5, PROOFREADING CHECKLIST

When you use the grammar checker, you can usually press more than one button. One button might make a correction and another button might ignore a possible mistake. And other buttons doing other things as well mean you have a choice of several buttons. You might be pressing the wrong button. For example, you might be pressing the wrong button to go on again when you mean to correct it. Then, if you rechecked the document, it might still not be correct unless you rechecked a second or third time. There is a chance that there might still be at least one or two mistakes after using the grammar checker just from pressing the wrong button, making a mistake typing or thinking of the wrong correction.

There are four important things to consider. The first is that you recheck it often enough to get all the mistakes. And the second is you can use more than one grammar checker when one might not find all the mistakes. The third is that you do not have so many possible corrections to make to start with by having good writing and typing skills. And the fourth and the last thing is that you correct as many mistakes as you can. Then, it does not show them as a mistake. You do this when using the grammar checker for the first time. And you don't just
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Any grammar checker will be able to start again quite easily from where you left off. And if you are proofreading by hand, you can go back and check your work at another time or on another day if you keep adequate records of where you have got to in the text. As well, ticking off on a checklist what you have done already doing one thing at a time will improve your overall speed in proofreading your documents. You avoid unnecessary effort and keystrokes like this as well. Also, you are more likely to find all mistakes better and in a reasonable
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