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I don't know. I've seen it abbreviated many different ways in many
different companies. I jsut go with the local convention and don't
give it a second thought. I have other larger issues to occupy my
Isn't this a rather trite disagreement to be having with your company president?
On 11/4/05, Jenn Wilson <jenn -at- mylar -dot- outflux -dot- net> wrote:
> I'm looking for input from other experienced writers on an issue I'm
> debating with our company president.
> How do you abbreviate "Accounts Payable"?
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