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Re Matthew Wong's grammar checkers query:
Grammar & style checkers used carefully can be helpful. But many such
checkers are too rule bound and inflexible. For a good article on them that
is still valid, see Eric Brown, "Word Processing and the Three Bears," PC
World, December 1985: 197.