Re: alternative to the word module
From: Keri Morgret <morgret -at- stanfordalumni -dot- org>
To: "mark Dsouza" <dino99 -at- hotmail -dot- com>
Subject: Re: alternative to the word module
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 08:43:56 -0700
I can't suggest an alternate word, but am interested in hearing what words you hear about. I'm writing a manual right now for a software with several sections, and use the term module. I don't think anyone at my work has thought if this is the best term or not, it's just the term we've always used.
At 08:23 AM 4/22/2003, you wrote:
We have a user manual for each module of software (e.g administration module, support module and so on). I am really apprehensive about using 'module' in the manual since it looks like a programming term to me. Could anyone suggest me an alternative for the word 'module'?
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