I don't claim to be too well versed in these things, but I'd think textual is more used to refer to texts in the sense of something being related to texts (textual analysis, for example) rather than "being a text", and wouldn't then be synonymous to "in writing". Perhaps someone could confirm or dismiss this...?Is there an adgective meaning "in text?"
eg. You can do your project orally or [textually]??
OK. Thanks a lot.
Packard: I didn't know that about "verbally". I thought it was a perfect synonym of orally, but according to you it means more.
dn88 and WordLover:Thanks for your input, but you kind of contradicted each other. Can you use "textually," or not? Either way I probably will...