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Roy Jacobsen wrote:
> I've heard it said that, if the horse is dead, get off it.
> Folks, I think the "Political Correct" thread, aka "Master/Slave" is a dead
> horse. It's past time to get off.
> We return now to the regularly scheduled Word/FrameMaker debate.
In the aforementioned debate we will try to avoid using he/she/it,
unless referring to a named individual.
Theresa Jakupco (trying to be technically correct in the business world)
tsjz -at- erols -dot- com