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    Default Should I ignore the green line?

    I am writing my resume. When I write the sentence in word file. I found that there is a green wave under the sentence. Please help me to correct it.
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    Default Re: Should I ignore the green line?

    It has underlined it because grammatically it is not a full sentence. You have your spellchecker set to check for spelling and grammar.

    It will probably take away the green line if you add "I am" at the beginning and possibly a comma after "experience".
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Default Re: Should I ignore the green line?

    Your grammar checker was probably unhappy that this is not a complete sentence. There is no finite verb.
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