In one of my more recent posts, I wrote about finally getting access to various updates for Office 2016, including the new grammar checker. Now that I have had about a month to work with the latest Word updates, I wanted to take the opportunity to share some of my thoughts on its grammar checker. When I first learned that Microsoft was making some long overdue improvements to its grammar checker, I was hopeful that the Microsoft grammar checker would be as good as the now-extinct grammar checker that I used in college. My hope was that the grammar checker would identify grammatical errors in the books and articles that I write so that I could take care of those issues before sending the content to the editors.
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What I have found in retrospect is that Word absolutely hates the way that I write. I have always tried to write in a conversational tone. Outlook for mac sent email is too big and does not appear in outbox. I have always found that content written in a conversational tone is easier to read and easier to understand than stuffy academic writing. However, what I call conversational, Word identifies as having problems with clarity and conciseness.
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As you can see in Figure 1, for example, Word would prefer that I replace the word identify with find, because find is more clear and concise. [Click on image for larger view.] Figure 1. Microsoft Word takes issue with my clarity and conciseness. As you have probably already figured out, Word's new grammar checker initially turned out to be more of an annoyance than a helpful tool. Creating a report in excel. The grammar checker would continuously cite issues that were not really a problem. Fortunately, I have found that there is a way to tune the grammar checker so that it works better for the type of writing that you do.