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What does a green wavy line under a word or phrase in the document mean in Microsoft Word?



A. The word or phrase might be misspelled.
B. The word or phrase might contain a grammatical error.
C. The word or phrase has been copied to the clipboard.

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Answered on Jul 15, 2019

The correct answer to this question is B. The word or phrase might contain a grammatical error. If the line were red, it would indicate a spelling error. Spell and grammar checks are one of the essential features of Microsoft Word, so much so that many people can't write or spell without it. When the wavy line appears, one can right click on the word or punctuation in question.

This right-click will load a suggestion to correct the error appropriately. There is also a setting where you can have Microsoft Word always automatically correct the spelling of certain words for you, which is crucial if you find yourself constant misspelling the same word.

Angelica

Angelica

Answered on Jun 12, 2018

B. The word or phrase might contain a grammatical error.

treth

Treth

Answered on Feb 07, 2018

The word or phrase might contain a grammatical error.

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