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pljames
Posted: Wednesday, August 12, 2015 4:10:59 PM

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There is a software called linking, that's as close as I can come to it's name. With it you can hide another word inside of it. To release the hidden word all you do is click the mouse on it. I am trying to when writing and need a Grammar word is to hide it within the sentence word. When you use your mouse to see the grammar word verb noun etc it will be color coated so the student will see a and understand Grammar better. Paul
skwezbunt
Posted: Wednesday, August 12, 2015 9:14:42 PM

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I am sure that there are probably some plausible reasons why it would be advisable to "hide" a word within a word. Maybe you are a spy and need the subfuscation for nefarious reasons. Other than that,maybe you could explain the need to do this. it\
seems to me that there might be another reason but what could it be? Other contributors to this site will more than welcome the answer.

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