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Kent Christensen wrote:
>>"Colons in procedure titles are just noise, easily
and usefully omitted. They're consuming some of your valuable white space,
and I say choose to conserve white space. Consistently. Sans serif font,
I believe some wag on this list referred to that as "The Law of Minimum
When designing Frame templates for a big project, our Doc team took that law
to heart and it served us well. Less is More, as they say...
My 1 cent.
Sonia E. Bayne
sonia -dot- bayne -at- cigna -dot- com