How Do You Put Apostrophe Words in Alphabetical Order?

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The apostrophe has more than one purpose. It can represent possession, like in John's coat. It can be used to create a contraction. In the contraction use you can treat the word as though it were the whole thing rather than a contraction. Can't would be treated like cannot. In the possessive format you can simply think of it as not being there and put the item in order.
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Words with apostrophes are treated differently in word processing than in directories. Directories will sort by following words or fields, ignoring the apostrophe. Sisters' R. estaurant
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To put words in alphabetical order, you start by looking at the first letter of the words that need to be alphabetized. From there, you then look at the second letter and continue
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1. Open the Word document you want to sort alphabetically. 2. Highlight the list within the Word document you want to sort. 3. Click the "Home" tab and click "Paragraph
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I guess you meant alphabets of English, but since you didn't specify that I would point to the logic behind order of Sanskrit alphabets. http://www.studyreligions.org/sa. More about
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