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If it's a marketing piece, maybe. If it's a tech pubs piece, probably not.
PS - What is an "intro splash"? Is this some sort of screen in a video, or are you talking about a print/online doc?
On Tuesday, July 29, 2014 10:53 AM, Shawn wrote:
Good day all,
This seems like a noob question but I have honestly never faced this 'dilemma' until now.
I am using a intro splash where I include bulleted highlights of the chapter's content. The text style is entirely lower case. This looked great until I arrived at a chapter where the bulleted text includes proper nouns and names.
Is it acceptable to maintain consistency of style, while breaking English grammar rules?