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> I can't decide which of the following two expression is preferable:
> A. You can run ingest jobs from any computer that meets requirements
> your network.
> B. You can run ingest jobs from any computer in your network that
> The requirements mentioned pertain to the computer, not the network.
B is preferable to A, but I'd rather see "networked computer" than
"computer in your network"... And if the network connection isn't
actually necessary, or if it can just be made part of the "requirements"
you mention, you could write:
C. You can run "ingest" jobs from any computer that meets
=== Andrew Warren - awarren -at- synaptics -dot- com
=== Synaptics, Inc - Santa Clara, CA
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