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Do not forget the basic rule of never writing above your audience! This
doesn't mean we aren't here to teach...education is one of the foundations
of communication...but we can't annoy or confound our reader in the process.
My .02: Keep teaching subordinate to communicating.
From: Richard Pineger [mailto:r -dot- pineger -at- kudos-idd -dot- com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 3:38 AM
I have written an internal Procedure template for a tech writing house using
the word DEPRECATED to describe a style that is no longer to be used.
Some of the authors here did not know the word and feel that the word is not
really common usage....
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