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The most useless grammar error in Microsoft word.
No one can quite work out why it appears, or how to correct the sentence. Some have had success in removing the green line the accompanies the "fragment consider revising" grammatical error, by simply adding comma's (,) and full stops (.) randomly in the area underlined by the grammar check. Allmost everyone has an encounter with this error at one stage while using Microsoft word and some question why the developers even bothered implemented such as useless feature.
Rumour has it, the one who can remove the error from a sentence will be the legendary soul who will lead Microsoft to defeat, and the uprising of Linux will begin. (Mac’s don’t have a part in this because the lack of evolution has meant their mouse only has one button)
User writes the following in Microsoft word 2003: "Classification definitions, the definitions for people who are employed, and for those who are not employed may not be suitable."
Microsoft grammar check: fragment consider revising
User has no indication of how to correct the error.
by >:( matt June 08, 2006
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