Re: usage: detail(ed) design

Subject: Re: usage: detail(ed) design
From: Laurie Rubin <lmr -at- SYL -dot- NJ -dot- NEC -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 21 Jul 1995 09:02:39 -0400

Sure sounds like an adjective to me!!!
Laurie
> A few of my authors are disagreeing on whether to say "detail design" or
> "detailed design." Before working at this company, all the authors I worked
> with called it a "detailed design." There are a few here who choose to omit
> the "ed." I have been asked to give my "expert" editorial opinion (uh-oh)
> and back up my opinion with sources. I have three computer dictionaries,
> none of which mention this kind of design. So far, I can only go by the
> dictionary, Webster's 10th. I would choose "detailed" because it is acting
> as an adjective, but I would like your opinions and, if possible, sources.

> Thanks for your help. They've got me in a corner.
> dee
> Jan Dee Summers/Technical Editor
> jans -at- apsmsmail -dot- pcmail -dot- prc -dot- com


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