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Subject:Re: David Dubin's Style From:Jim Grey <jwg -at- ACD4 -dot- ACD -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 17 Jun 1994 09:20:54 -0500
Lori Moreland sez:
>I developed, wrote and edited a style guide earlier this year for my previous
>employer (and that is NOT why they're now previous). To answer your question,
>yes, yes, yes! Include a brief review of writing techniques and grammar
That's what we did. We have a Chicago around here someplace, and it
usually resolves disputes. We've always taken a consensus approach to
style, though. We feel this best meets our readers' needs.
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