From: Steve Rindsberg on 8 Apr 2010 21:26
A grammar dispute is a terrible thing to abruptly end a thread with.
In article <1A4B5481-8B07-4D42-91BC-AFE9BC724D3E(a)microsoft.com>, Mike wrote:
> Actually Rich it is quite proper to end a sentence with a preposition. It is
> something of an enduring myth that one shouldn't. It goes back to the
> teaching of Latin. So, while the text writers are quite fine with their
> grammar, you could use a brush up!
> "Rich Craig" wrote:
> > This DOES NOT work in PP2007 (12.0.6307.5000; it highlights the entire teat
> > area.
> > Bring back the "one click" hylight tool!!!!!!!!
> > By the way, I suggest an English grammar class for you help text writers!
> > "Never end a sentence in a preposition!
> > "Sue Roberts" wrote:
> > > I have a text box in a Powerpoint slide in which I would like to highlight
> > > just one sentence. I can't seem to find the same 'highlight' tool that is
> > > available in WORD.
> > > Is there a way to highlight specific text in a text box in PowerPoint.
> > >
> > > Thanks, Sue.
> > >
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