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> Leona L. Magee-Dupree wrote:
> > Which setence is correct?
> > After you press the "Ok" button, page 2 displays.
> > or
> > After you press the "Ok" button, page two displays.
I would not use either sentence. IMO it is acceptable to use "page 2
will be displayed" in a case like this.
I would not use "appears", I don't think appears is a good term
where technology is concerned. Nothing just appears, there is a process
involved, the monitor displays something.