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> "The ACME frizzlebutser allows you to connect yout ACME..."
> or if you insist on "supplied"
> "The supplied ACME frizzlebutser allows you to connect yout ACME..."
*I* wouldn't insts on it, but the client wrote it that way. If I were
editing the docs, I'd change it for sure.
I simply needed a sanity check here. I know that some conventions vary, but
I've been running across so many odd choices that I was beginning to get
that odd existential angst/nausea (which I don't mind as long as it's
brought on by one too many glasses of cabernet).
Thanks for the feedback.
Bill Burns - Eccentric Technology Consultant
INT'L.com Design & Development
billdb -at- intl -dot- com
"If I go to sleep, the clowns will eat me."