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10/12/06 11:06 AM
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yevgeniy
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Edited: 12-Oct-06
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Does anybody have any preferences for a software, that checks grammar, MLA style and general essay composition? Software, such as Writer's workbench, Editor, White Smoke and ect. MS Word does not provide enough capability. Find myself writing many papers for Academic Writing class that I am taking. Any software that can help me out? Thank in advance.
10/18/06 1:15 AM
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FiatLux
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Edited: 18-Oct-06
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That's askings a lot of a computer to understand the structure and content better than you do.
10/20/06 9:04 AM
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Edited: 20-Oct-06
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Endnote is a life-saver. It embeds into Word, so you can "cite while you write." I put my research notes in endnote. Like Googling my own research.

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