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Do you use Spell Check? I keep seeing "whoa" spelled "woah". It may seem insignificant, but misspelled words are distracting and frustrating. Do you realize how many people you are "educating"? Please thoughtfully consider your influence. 

 

Thank you.

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@whocaresdou wrote:

Do you use Spell Check? I keep seeing "whoa" spelled "woah". It may seem insignificant, but misspelled words are distracting and frustrating. Do you realize how many people you are "educating"? Please thoughtfully consider your influence. 

 

Thank you.


Comcast doesn't supply closed captioning for programs.  WGBH-TV, VITAC, CaptionMax, and the National Captioning Institute do.


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