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Some Of The Grammar In SharePoint 2010 Is Pretty Bad

Anyone else notice they didn’t do much QAing on the actual grammar used in the product? I don’t think the business analysts and testers really went through the interface for clarity.

For example (select to expand image):

Bad SharePoint Spelling

I’m pretty sure it’s supposed to be User Profiles in the first and last sections, in most cases in the second, compute should probably be computer I suppose, and store should be stored. More funny than anything what developers can get away with :-)

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2 Comments

  1. sharepoint_consultant says:

    Nice catch :). I am going to start keeping my eyes open for more of these.

    Stacy

  2. Eric Schrader says:

    As long as you get the key point, its all good :)

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