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Cassandra inquired about whether "timesheet" should be written as one word
I'd use it as one word ... since "time" and "sheet" have separate meanings
on their own, I'd join the terms to signify that you mean one (combined)
item, a timesheet. Or you could use a hyphen, if you prefer, but I think
that's a little clunky. Just my opinion.
Catheryn Mason, Technical Writer
cmason -at- infinitec-com -dot- com
Winner, 1999 IABC Bronze Quill Award of Excellence for Technical Writing