LS Refresher 42: IN or ON with Written Documents

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Do you tend to get confused with the use of “in” and “on” when writing documents? If so, check this post to find out how to use them correctly.

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Learners Dictionary gave the following rules that can help us learn more about the use of “on” and “in”.

  • Use on for pages, including website pages.
  • Use on for lists, forms, and job applications (short documents with very structured formats)
  • However, use on for a blog page.
  • Use in for  email, academic essays, articles, and blog posts (documents that contain running text organized into paragraphs).

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