From: RAParker (RAParker_at_Quadzilla.NET)
Date: Wed Nov 10 2004 - 13:27:48 PST
On Wednesday, November 10, 2004, at 10:52 AM, MKow1234_at_aol.com wrote:
> 2. People who don't use proper grammar and punctuation in their e-mail
> notes. This one is more of a minor annoyance, but it shows a lack of
> for the receiver. I don't always utilize a spell-check tool myself,
> but I at
> least give my e-mails the once-over before hitting the "Send" button.
Actually, I give them a two or three times once over. Almost to the
point of being narcissistic ;-) It never fails, after checking it two
or three times and then I hit that send button, it's too late. I'll
re-read it and doh! That's not the right word!
Those who have Macs should take advantage of the built-in grammar
checker called "Speak Text". Listening to the sentences being spoken,
helps find those "spelled correctly" but misplace words.
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