Re: What's this term?

Subject: Re: What's this term?
From: Emoto <emoto1 -at- gmail -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 10 May 2017 09:21:59 -0400

Frankly, if *we* don't know what to call it, the user of the document(?)
being written isn't going to have any idea, either, so use of the "proper"
term would be a forced vocabulary lesson detracting from the point the
writer is trying to make. I recommend writing around the issue so that the
name of the partially transparent image is unnecessary. Something along the
lines of:

"... as shown in the highlighted area of the illustration below."

Bob
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References:
What's this term?: From: Dave C
Re: What's this term?: From: Cheryl Wallace, ToolHound

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