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    Incase.... Help needed

    Paragraphs shown below is a continous process. But, I feel too many "Incase" in the sentence are making the sentences grammatically wrong and making the sentence look pretty odd.

    Can someone help me rewriting the sentences in a better format so that the flow and meaning remain intact? Is it possible to rewrite them in active voice and present tense?

    Between which is correct or more prefered " load to the table" (or) "load into the table" (or) "load in the table"

    In case a file is received from the vendor, the process stops and appropriate steps are taken to ensure that proper data is received from the vendor.

    In case the vendor sends a file containing the data, the file is used to load the data into the product.

    In case the Exchanger is used , the Exchanger takes the file from the table and places it in the required location.

    In case the Exchanger is not used, the Validating process moves the file received to the location.



    Thanks for the help.

    AttemptsToGetItRight.

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    Re: Incase.... Help needed

    Quote Originally Posted by AttemptsToGetItRight View Post
    Paragraphs shown below is a continous process. But, I feel too many "Incase" in the sentence are making the sentences grammatically wrong and making the sentence look pretty odd.

    Can someone help me rewriting the sentences in a better format so that the flow and meaning remain intact? Is it possible to rewrite them in active voice and present tense?

    Between which is correct or more prefered " load to the table" (or) "load into the table" (or) "load in the table"

    In case a file is received from the vendor, the process stops and appropriate steps are taken to ensure that proper data is received from the vendor.

    In case the vendor sends a file containing the data, the file is used to load the data into the product.

    In case the Exchanger is used , the Exchanger takes the file from the table and places it in the required location.

    In case the Exchanger is not used, the Validating process moves the file received to the location.


    Thanks for the help.

    AttemptsToGetItRight.
    The sentences are grammatically correct. Usage of any word excessively cannot be related to grammar. Out there, the usage of "In case" is appropriate, as each sentence introduces a different senario and different action/response. If you wish, you can replace "In case" with "If" or "When".
    In the paragraphs, there is no mention of the phrase "load to/into/in the table", what is the context of this phrase? Without the context, all of them sound awkward.

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