Writing Posts in MS Word

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MS Word

Writing Posts in MS Word – Trying to use the MS Word template to write blog posts. Word has better spelling and grammar checkers than most browsers. I was hoping to be able to use the dictate function I saw in Outlook. It doesn’t show up here. I found the dictate function and added it to the ribbon.

Well, here I am again trying to use the dictate function in Microsoft Word to create my posts. If I do it correctly, if I use it correctly, it looks like it will work fine. I must be sure that I have complete thoughts in my mind before I try and dictate with this program.

Writing Posts

Editing miss dictation can be challenging at times. I have tried to use this function before in my blogging and have not been entirely successful. But it looks like it might be working well for me this time. That’s why I’m Writing Posts in MS Word. This post was written using the Dictate function.


To provide better content on my website, I am using Grammarly to help with spelling and grammar. I started using the free version of Grammarly. The free version works great for simple errors. But there were usually more grammar errors listed that I could only be corrected by subscribing to the paid version. Grammarly subscriptions are expensive, but the expense is worth the cost. I have been running my posts and pages through Grammarly and was surprised by the number of mistakes I made with the grammar I used.


My name is Scott. I was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. I lived for a few months in Southern California. I now reside in Saint George, Utah. For more information about me, click on the My History or About Me menu option.

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