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From: Lorraine Kiewiet <lorraine -at- EZ-DATA -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 3 Dec 1998 09:06:55 -0800

My grammar checker is not finding passive voice sentences. I have followed
all of the instructions as per the Help for Word. I have 'Check grammar as
you Type' turned on. I have cleared 'Hide grammar errors'. In the Standard
Settings, 'Passive voice' is checked. Still, Word fails to find the
passive sentence and give me the dialog box (it records it in the
Readabilty statistics box, but I want it to find them for me and put them
in the editing dialog box.)

I'm probably the only person in the world who likes the grammar checker
finding passive voice for me, but it is a quick way to accomplish some
online editing!

What could have happened? Should I reinstall Word? (I am using RoboHelp, so
I am a little bit afraid of reinstalling Word on top of that). Has this
happened to any of you folks?

Thanks for any tips,

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