The Wall St Journal article By JOSHUA NELSONSTEINMAN The Wall Streets Journal | Jan 10, 2017 10:33am ESTThe next time you read something like this:”If you have a baby, you can’t have any more kids.”
The problem is, this is the exact same sentence, but formatted differently.
Here’s the thing:conditional Formatting.
Conditional formatting is a form of conditional formatting that makes your text more legible.
For example, the conditional formatting in this sentence would make it much easier to read:”You can have more kids, but you can only have one.
You can have both a baby and a child, but only one.”
In this sentence, the first condition (and in this case, the second) is conditional formatting, and the second condition (in this case the third) is the text’s content.
If you’ve ever had to read something that was so bad that you couldn’t read it any other way, then you know that conditional formatting is the perfect way to make it better.
Here’s a simple example of conditional text that shows conditional formatting:”We’re starting to see the fruits of a laborious labor.
We’re starting with our first child.”
So why would you use conditional formatting to make your text better?
There are several reasons.
First, conditional formatting makes your sentence clearer.
If you don’t see what’s being conditional, it makes it easier to see what you want to read instead.
Second, it can make your words flow better.
If your sentence is long, you may be hard-pressed to make the most of the space.
Conditionally formatted text will make your sentence flow better, too.
If the sentence starts with the conditional format, it’s easier for you to focus on what you’re looking for.
For instance, if you’re reading a piece of content that is already conditional, you’ll probably want to break it up by conditions.
Conditions make your sentences flow better by keeping your sentences simple.
For a conditional formatting sentence, if the sentence contains only one conditional condition, the sentence will flow better and be easier to understand.
Conditons make sentences flow more easily.
If there are more than one conditional conditions, they make it easier for the reader to follow along and find the one they’re looking to read.
Conditonality, also called conditional structure, is a key element of writing and reading that helps to keep your text flow easier.
It’s an important feature because, when you’re writing, the flow of the sentence is often dictated by the content of the text.
When you write, you’re trying to figure out what’s important.
If that sentence’s about the weather, for instance, you might want to start with the weather and work your way down from there.
You might want the next sentence to focus specifically on the weather.
Conditionality, and its related elements, help to make sure that you’re making the most out of your sentence.
Conditional formatting helps to make words flow naturally.
When you use it, you are keeping the flow in your text clearer and easier to follow.