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Here's a quick tip from Alice Keeler to bring your typing into the 21st century. If you're like me, you automatically hit the spacebar twice at the end of every sentence. Unless you're still using a typewriter, that's no longer necessary! Alice explains how to find all those double stops in your document and replace with single. If you've created the document in Google Drive, it's even easier than the directions Alice posted. Just do Ctrl H, for the find and replace feature. This feature is worth remembering for other tasks as well--changing the date of a field trip that occurs every year, removing a reference to an outdated textbook, etc. It's definitely a time saver to remember!
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It's such a habit for me! This will be hard to break. (As I click the space twice after that period)