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Here is an easy question for all you MAC people.  Does Appleworks 6 have a grammer check?  I can't seem to find this information anywhere and I have a client who wants to know... unfortunately I don't know a thing about MAC software.

Thanks in advance!
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No, it doesnt. It does check spelling but doesnt get any more complicated than that. If i recall right Cassady & Greene make a grammar checker.
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