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Grammar errors in Pages 09


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Hi all,

Anyone know if it is possible to find grammar errors in Pages 09, or more specifically, two spaces in a row?

MS Word does this with a squiggly green line, but pages only seems to do misspellings!

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It's called Proofreading in Pages.

Still using iWork '08 here, but should be in the same place - go to the Edit menu, Proofreading and check off Proofreading as I type (or something like that).

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