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I'm starting to think gerunds are the way to go. You're right,
there's too much pushiness there.
What do the rest of you think?
> On Thu, 22 Jun 2000 15:58:10 Martha J Davidson wrote:
> >I'm not sure I can give you an "official" reason, but I've always
> >preferred using the gerund form for headings: "Setting the Address,"
> >rather than "Set the Address." Then, as you do, I introduce the
> >procedure with "To set the address."