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

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

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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.

This question is part of Computer Literacy Quiz 101
Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Apr 05, 2018

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J.Spencer

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J.SpencerKnowledge enthusiast, Tokyo
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Answered on Aug 06, 2018

The green line is supposed to alert you on a grammatical error. Introduced in Microsoft Word 2003 the green line is a boon and curse of its own. Itstill hasn't been perfected and can annoy all of us to the highest.

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John Adney

John Adney

Answered on Jun 08, 2017

Depending on which version of word you're working in, like 2016 suite for instance, that line is blue, not green.

Depending on which version of word you're working in, like 2016 suite for instance, that line

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vcbenkin

Vcbenkin

Answered on Dec 07, 2016

The word or phrase might contain a grammatical error.
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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Nov 03, 2016

The word or phrase might contain a grammatical error.
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