Subject: Advance/Advanced
From: Connie Winch <CEW -at- MACOLA -dot- USA -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 1995 13:35:00 LCL

Brent Gossett writes:

I'm releasing an early version of a manual for a chip. What is the
industry-standard term for such an early document? I've heard both
"advanced" and "advance." Later releases would be called "preliminary"
and "final."

Brent, I would say "Advance"; "Advanced" could be taken to mean
"highly developed or complex".

Connie E. Winch
Technical Writer
Macola, Inc.
cew -at- macola -dot- usa -dot- com

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