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### "all the notation" / "the entire notation"

Posted: **2016-12-28, 9:31**

by **Woods**

*Every song is in Drop D tuning, but all the notation is made as if we were playing on a standard, E-tuned guitar.*

My MS Word 2007 suggests I replace “all the notation” with “the entire notation.” Is my original sentence wrong?

### Re: "all the notation" / "the entire notation"

Posted: **2016-12-28, 19:06**

by **linguoboy**

Woods wrote:*Every song is in Drop D tuning, but all the notation is made as if we were playing on a standard, E-tuned guitar.*

My MS Word 2007 suggests I replace “all the notation” with “the entire notation.” Is my original sentence wrong?

I haven't ever found MS Word suggestions very helpful. Perhaps there's a definite preference in musicological circles for how to express this, but either way sounds fine to me.

### Re: "all the notation" / "the entire notation"

Posted: **2016-12-28, 23:32**

by **Woods**

Thanks :)

### Re: "all the notation" / "the entire notation"

Posted: **2017-02-14, 11:36**

by **allenwood**

"all the nation" and "the entire nation" both are the same meaning sentence but it depend on your complete line or sentience structure which is the best option for you.