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Is used only once in a document and identifies a unique element in a document?
What unique and successful method of documenting information on the streets is used by patrol officers?
doctype, html,head, body, and title
A document that contains spelling errors implies that: a) the author does not care about presentation b) the author is too lazy to edit his or her work c) the a…uthor lacks education, to some extent, and therefore the qualifications for the document to be of any real worth d) the author will not make the time and effort to present their very best quality work: therefore, potential employment of said person would be fraught with risks If a document is not edited correctly (and spell-checkers are really the lazy way out), the author is simply less likely to be taken seriously by those whom he or she seeks to impress, e.g. a teacher or an employer. Spell-checking is applicable to writing in the same way that cleaning one's house indicates one takes seriously the task of maintaining tidiness and hygiene; or how the way one dresses reflects how that person cares about how he or she looks. ======= A misspelled word, especially one in a 'document,' can have serious consequences. Spellchecking is only the FIRST step in reviewing a document. Spellchecking only identifies non-words. It does not identify a word that has been misspelled as another word. It does not identify many, or even most, grammatical errors. It does not identify a wrong choice of words. It does not identify whether there is a better way to say what you're trying to say. A person who relies only on spellchecking is lazy. A person who doesn't even spellcheck is a fool.
You need to save your document every time you are finished typing it.
Formal piece of writing, that provides information or acts as a record of events or arrangements.
A document is a paper that gives information or it gives a computer data file
It is usually called the 'Minutes of the Meeting'. The said report includes the subject, date, venue, attendees, discussions, issues/concerns, agreements, actions to be taken/…office responsible and the next steps. This can be kept in a folder or in an electronic form (by project/subject).
Documentation refers to the documents supporting a case, claim, application or report. For example, one might say, 'You have completed the application, but the documentation i…s incomplete'.
What failed, when it failed, and how it failed.