Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Tracking changes and adding notes, part of Office for Students.
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When it comes to proofreading and editing papers, there's a few tips and tricks…inside of Microsoft Word to make sure you turn in your best quality work.…For example, in this particular paper, you notice there are a…variety of words that are content…specific, such as brassinosteroid and campesterol.…If you've taken this genetics class then you probably know what these words are.…If you haven't, then they are words that are…foreign to you as well as the Microsoft Office dictionary.…Because of that, a lot…of students just start ignoring the underlined red…words because they believe that they're spelled correctly.…
But what if they aren't spelled correctly and what if…you have other words that are misspelled that you're now ignoring?…Students, I am a teacher and I can't tell…you the number of times that students have admitted to…me that they stopped checking the spelling in their…paper because there were so many red, squiggly lined words.…They just assumed everything was spelled correctly…and that the errors were there intentionally.…
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