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Subject:Re: Pointing a browser From:"@í" <sdeichmann -at- voicemobility -dot- com> To:techwr-l Date:Thu, 16 Mar 2000 10:20:02 -0800
DANIEL D HALL <misterhall -at- prodigy -dot- net> wrote in message news:40286 -at- techwr-l -dot- -dot- -dot-
> As I recall from an earlier discussion, the MS Manual of Style suggests
> avoiding this usage (navigate to), but I personally see that as a Netscape
> vs. MS issue, rather than a word choice issue. I certainly prefer
> to "point." "Open the xxx page in your browser" would be a second choice.
I use 'navigate' as well, and I agree with Daniel about the Netscape vs. MS
issue, especially since the MS Manual of Style suggests 'explore' instead of