RE: Correct Usage of Terms
From: "Lucero, Peggy" <plucero -at- atsva -dot- com>
Subject: Correct Usage of Terms
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2005 10:58:12 -0400
OK, in my quest to get better every day : )
I've been reading the Read Me First! style guide and find in Appendix C
their 7-page rendition of "terms that you *should not use* in technical
documentation and terms that you should avoid" Appendix C is entitled:
"Correct Usage of Terms"
Just wondering, is this the 'most respected' list on this topic?
Alternatively, is there one that is more, well, accepted and
established, and considered the definitive word on the topic (or am I a
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