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Would fewer errors be made in Hubpages questions if a spelling and grammer checker was installed?


Would the quality of questions asked on Hubpages be better if a Spelling and Grammer checker was installed in the questions section of one's domain? Some of my questions have unintentional glaring errors.

 

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John Roberts (JohnGreasyGamer) says

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    Anjili 5 years ago

    You have a good suggestion here. But habit compels us to use some browsers. I don't mind IE. Problem is its failure to show errors.

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Melody Trent (Bedbugabscond) says

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Susan Keeping (Uninvited Writer) says

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    Anjili 5 years ago

    Yet there are quite a few that seem to have passed through the sieve despite the editing. What went wrong in such cases?

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MickS says

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    Anjili 5 years ago

    I like your last statement about...putting in a mistake or two. I believe a grammar checker is likely to alert us prior to our posting an article with such errors.

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    Anjili 5 years ago

    I believe it would help me correct the statement "Glad to c u here"