"It has now went from Jan 21 in winter to April 21 in spring and cheddar cheese was finally ready for use." is where MS word tells me to use gone. This does not make sense: "It has now gone from Jan 21 in winter to April 21 in spring and cheddar cheese was finally ready for use." It makes more sense to use went. Other grammar checkers say the same thing though that the went should be gone. "went from" vs "gone from" Here nothing really contradicts but with the "It has now" part of the phrase it thinks I am using present simple tense with present participle and should thus use gone. Gone is used in the past participle as in "I had gone" Went is used in present participle as in "I have went" or "It has went" However most grammar checkers will say that I need to use gone in the example sentence.