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I'm of the "tell 'em what you are going to say, say it, then tell
them what you said" school.
I don't care if someone who knows what's going on thinks something is
redundant. If it will help those who do not know, then I leave it in.
--- CarolAnne -dot- Wall -at- minnesotamutual -dot- com wrote:
> If I wrote the following description:
> Woobbly Factor Widgets only. Displays the percentage of
> would adding the following be redundant?
> Otherwise, this field and label do not display.
> I think I am being redundant. But I can just hear the testers (the
> audience for the document) saying, "Why isn't the Woobbly Factor
> displaying for Doodads?" That's why I think I should leave it in.
> But, alas, I am torn. I would appreciate input.
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