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Well one thing led to another and I mucked up my project brief. I had to squish my writing up really tiny to do it. And then I came across this:
http://www.heckgrammar.kirklees.sch....0brief2004.doc

And I wonder.. is that okay for me to use? it's not quite the same as the one I had, because mine didnt say 2004 on it.. but other than that it's the same? Plus, this way I can TYPE it out!!
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Well one thing led to another and I mucked up my project brief. I had to squish my writing up really tiny to do it. And then I came across this:
http://www.heckgrammar.kirklees.sch....0brief2004.doc

And I wonder.. is that okay for me to use? it's not quite the same as the one I had, because mine didnt say 2004 on it.. but other than that it's the same? Plus, this way I can TYPE it out!!
Yeh... why not?

It doen't really make a difference - typing it out could make it look neater, and adjusting the size could help to optimize the space...

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