Even a well-known program can surprise you with new shortcuts. Here, Scribendi reviews some of the hidden features of Microsoft Word.
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Paragraphs are to an essay what walls are to a house. Find out how to write a paragraph well and build an essay that is structurally sound.
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With Christmas approaching, it is time to unwrap one of the most useful gifts you will receive this year: a thorough knowledge of the present tense!
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It is never fun when someone corrects your common grammar mistakes, but it is even worse when you were actually right all along.
The Internet is a great resource for students, but websites can be difficult to cite correctly. Find out how to cite a website in three major style guides.
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Studying abroad is an amazing experience, but deciding where to go can be daunting. Take this quiz to find out what destination fits your style and interests.