Re: ***** sp2 bREAKS eVERYTHING!!!!! *****



freshyjazz
07-10-2005, 12:12 AM
"Michael Solomon (MS-MVP)" wrote:

> As suggested, you should certainly check out a Word 2003 newsgroup. As far
> as I know, there is no such module in Word but you can use it's dictionary
> and thesaurus function to search the web and obtain word origins.
>
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> Michael Solomon MS-MVP
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> "thejamie" <thejamie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:F07FEF8E-6ED1-422D-A8C2-20F0D9D464F5@microsoft.com...
> > This is off-topic, but after running a search in word 03 for the word
> > 'etymology' I was lead to this thread. I am very curious as to where (if
> > it
> > exists in word 03) the etymology is found.
> > Jamie
> >
> > "JAX" wrote:
> >
> >> #3 would fit pretty well.
> >>
> >> JAX
> >>
> >> One entry found for detract.
> >>
> >>
> >> Main Entry: de·tract
> >> Pronunciation: di-'trakt, dE-
> >> Function: verb
> >> Etymology: Middle English, from Latin detractus, past participle of
> >> detrahere to pull down, disparage, from de- + trahere to draw
> >> transitive senses
> >> 1 archaic : to speak ill of
> >> 2 archaic : to take away
> >> 3 : DIVERT <detract attention>
> >> intransitive senses : to diminish the importance, value, or effectiveness
> >> of
> >> something -- often used with from
> >> - de·trac·tor /-'trak-t&r/ noun
> >> "Carey Frisch [MVP]" <mrxp2004@nospamyahoo.com> wrote in message
> >> news:O835czxfEHA.2468@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
> >> Yes, please turn-off your computer and stay away from it.
> >> You should not be detracted from your school homework,
> >> especially English composition and your innate ability to yell
> >> "fire!" in a movie theater
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>
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Re: ***** sp2 bREAKS eVERYTHING!!!!! *****