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Google Docs Better At Checking Grammar Than MS Word
For a while now, I've been noticing that Google Docs and Gmail do a much better job at detecting grammatical errors than MS Word does. Here are some examples:
Google Docs found this typo:
. . . but MS Word did not:
Gmail flagged this error:
. . . but MS Word missed it.
It must be very uncommon for attorneys to review briefs in anything other than MS Word. Check a brief that you've been asked to cite check in Google Docs, and it may help you find some typos that the lawyers have missed.