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    Is it correct to say, 'She wrote the names of the new dictionaries on the computer.'

    Hi teachers,
    Is it correct to say, 'She wrote the names of the new dictionaries on the computer.'
    Meaning in its database.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Is it correct to say, 'She wrote the names of the new dictionaries on the compute

    I would say "entered" the names "in" the computer.

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    Re: Is it correct to say, 'She wrote the names of the new dictionaries on the compute

    Quote Originally Posted by a_vee View Post
    I would say "entered" the names "in" the computer.
    Agreed. . .or 'stored' the names in the computer.

    Rover

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