12/20/08 102 W - + 10 - 12 Compose Long Comments Using Word


Tip of the day, though this can be applied to discussion boards and even e-mail. When composing long messages for posting to this blog, other blogs, discussion boards, or even some e-mail applications, consider using Microsoft Word. There are a couple benefits to this. First, you'll be spell-checking automatically. Second, if there's a problem posting after you paste your comments into the web browser, you can save the file without retyping, or having to remember what you wrote. From there, you can try re-posting, or posting in sections, etc. Food for thought, from a former computer trainer.





  
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