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    Which one is correct?

    Hi, there. I am wordprocessing with MS word. MS word says my sentence is not correct gramatically. My sentence is:

    Release “KOSPI 200 index”, first index fund in the country

    But MS word says the following sentence is correct:

    Release “KOSPI 200 index," first index fund in the country

    Which one is correct? Where should I put comma?

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    Re: Which one is correct?

    UK versus USA punctuation conventions.


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    Re: Which one is correct?

    Firstly, I'd suggest you use your original punctuation, of “KOSPI 200 index”.

    WORD corrects my typos as I type, and insists on correcting my British spelling e.g. favourite, so that it is using Amer. Eng. Spelling and Grammar...yet does NOT correct “KOSPI 200 index”, as being in error!

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