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> By the way, for you grammar mavens: May we correctly write:
> "blah blah blah to."
A preposition is a terrible word to end a sentence with. I'd never write the
preceding sentence in a manual, but I would put it in email/e-mail/E-mail --
Sometimes. The techwriting list seems to be rather informal, so unless I'm
recommending a particular phrase, I'm not too worried about perfect grammar,
just with communicating an idea.
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