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> Subject: Single subheading allowed?
> Since the heading will have its own copy text that does not
> apply specifically to an individual ECM, I don't think
> merging the subheading copy with the heading copy (that is,
> omitting the subheading altogether) is appropriate. So is it
> acceptable, for the sake of cross-document consistency, that
> some documents be allowed to violate the structure
> convention? Or is there some widely accepted method for
> dealing with this?
> Has anyone dealt with this or a similar situation in another way?
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