Re: Taking active vs. passive voice too far
I'm working with a manual that was primarily written in the passive voice.
I'm struggling with how far I should go with my edits. No, there is no
style guide, and as a result, there are many inconsistencies throughout
the manual. Please see the examples below and tell me if you think I'm
going too far with active vs. passive voice.
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