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As I use Hymnary.org, I (or members of mychoir/ congregation ) occassionally find minor typos in the text.

Is there somewhere I can submit these so that whoever is responible for keeping up the site can make the correction?

As someone who makes more typos than most, I'm only looking to be helpful, not critical.



Right here in this forum is a good place to post typos.  An editor can check them out and make any necessary corrections.

You can use the Forum, but a better way to get typos corrected is to use the "Contact Us" link where it says "Suggestions or corrections?"  at the bottom of the page that needs the correction.

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