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>One of our secretaries thinks that it is the abbreviation for
>Miss and refuses to use it.
Maybe you ought to show her a dictionary!--
"Ms. or Ms A title of courtesy used before a woman's surname or before her
given name and surname without regard to her marital status [Blend of Miss
and Mrs.]...Though Ms. was controversial when first introduced, it has come
to be widely used in business and professional situations, on forms, and in
many social contexts."
Welcome to the 90s, eh? ;)
Sally Marquigny Network Imaging Systems
sallym -at- msmailhq -dot- netimage -dot- com Herndon, VA