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Subject:Re: Left hand side From:Gwen Barnes <gwen -dot- barnes -at- MUSTANG -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 17 Feb 1995 17:46:33 GMT
-> Usually, when I write book instructions, I say "on the left
-> side of the screen" or "in the left-most column of the table"(neve
-> considered using "hands"). From this discussion, it's hard to
-> argue that including the word "hand" helps to make things
-> clearer %-)
How about "Driver's side" and "Passenger side" wBz)
Gwen gwen -dot- barnes -at- mustang -dot- com
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