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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    Of or In

    Please check this sentence:
    Of the zoom options, the page width command is one that may need a little more explanation.
    The first word "Of" is a little bit confusing for me. What does it mean? Can I replace "Of" with "In".

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    Re: Of or In

    Quote Originally Posted by jjiang View Post
    What does it mean?
    It's used to single something out of a group:
    Out of all the zoom options, the page width command needs more explanation.

    Quote Originally Posted by jjiang View Post
    Can I replace "Of" with "In?"
    No, that wouldn't work.

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