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    Match off of Oracle or Match off Oracle

    Hello there,

    Currently, I am working with Oracle matching off invoices against payments.

    Just wondering which of the following sentences make sense to you

    I matched the items off of Oracle
    I matched the items off Oracle
    I matched the items off from Oracle
    I matched the items off of from Oracle
    I removed the items from Oracle
    I matched the items off in Oracle
    I matched the items off on Oracle

    Many thanks

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    Re: Match off of Oracle or Match off Oracle

    Quote Originally Posted by irland5 View Post
    Currently, I am working with Oracle matching off invoices against payments.
    Remove off.

    Just wondering which of the following sentences make sense to you:

    I removed the items from Oracle
    That one would be correct if it ended with a period ("full stop" in BrE). The rest are incorrect.
    I am not a teacher.

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