Re: Upper/lower case in heading
-Broker Might Be Inadvertently Uninstalled
-Installation Directories May not Contain Spaces
-VPN Maps do not Increment and Decrement Hops
It seems if the first one uses "Might Be", the next example should be
"May Not", not "May not", and if the second example is "May not",
isn't "do not" inconsistent?
My question...if I tell him to change any of them, and he says Why?,
what rule do I quote?
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