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    Smile Recular and no damaged

    Which one is appropriate for check list in excel file. I would like to creat a table for check list of equipment in hotel before hand over to owner. There have many equipment some have be damaged. Which word is appropriate when use in table between recular and damaged or no damage and have damage.

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    Re: Recular and no damaged

    Sorry, try to express what you want to say in other words. I just couldn't understand what you mean.

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    Re: Recular and no damaged

    Do you by any chance mean "regular" instead of "recular"? The type of checklist that you are describing would typically be more detailed than just "damaged" and "not damaged." It seems like such a list should mention each specific item and then have boxes to check for either "OK" (or "not damaged") or "damaged" and then sufficient space would be provided to describe the damage in detail. For example:

    REFRIGERATOR OK
    DISHWASHER Damaged - large dent in door, soap dispenser lid is missing
    Last edited by Ouisch; 17-Jun-2011 at 19:23.

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    Re: Recular and no damaged

    Quote Originally Posted by mooyong View Post
    Which one is appropriate for check list in excel file.

    Which phrase is appropriate for a checklist in an Excel file?

    I would like to creat a table for check list of equipment in hotel before hand over to owner.

    I would like to create a table for a checklist of equipment in a hotel before handing it over to the owner.

    There have many equipment some have be damaged.

    There is a lot of equipment and some of it has been damaged.

    Which word is appropriate when use in table between recular and damaged or no damage and have damage.

    Which of these choices is appropriate in the table: "regular / damaged" or "not damaged / damaged"?
    I assume you mean "regular" but I think you are trying to convey the meaning of something which is in its normal, undamaged condition. We wouldn't normally use "regular" for that. I would say "undamaged".

    Please see my notes above in red. I have put certain letters/words in bold. These are the ones you should take more note of - note particularly the use of articles.

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