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Don't feel bad if you have trouble figuring out where to place an apostrophe. This punctuation mark is used to show possession or to replace missing letters. While people often struggle with grammar rules involving apostrophes, you can learn a few simple guidelines that will help you use an apostrophe with confidence.

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When I go to my laptop, running WinXP Pro, and select 'Start' 'Programs'
then right click on any listed folder or shortcut there, I get a quick
'flash' of something. Too quick to read anything...but no normal right click
menu! I use this to re-sort the folders/programs on all of my other
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install, from the HP disks, and everything went well, everything else works
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