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Subject:Re: Making it readable from the start From:Carl Miller <ccm -at- PANDORA -dot- CRAY -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 30 Jan 1995 08:19:37 -0600
Glen Accardo says:
> If these guys are worrying about commas and active
> voice, they don't put the effort into COMPLETING the information. If
> they try to do a job I'm better suited to doing, the process of building
> the manual is slower, and the manual produced if of a lower quality.
... which makes my point (in a rather biased way) for ensuring that
every review you distribute be as absolutely free of grammar and spelling
errors as possible; the result is less distracting to the "armchair
grammarians" amongst your reviewers.