Writing Conventions

Subject: Writing Conventions
From: jennifer chiki <jennifer_chiki -at- BURLINGTON -dot- MARCAM -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 1995 18:07:02 EST

I am currently assisting in writing an Installation Guide, and have run
into some problems with writing conventions. What conventions should I
use to denote the following types of information (information enclosed by

1. Directories / Subdirectories
Example: " Expanding the tar file will create a subdirectory

2. Script names
Example: " Make sure that Oracle scripts *coraenv* and *oraenv*
were copied.

3. Attributes
Example: "If this file does not exist, create it with owner *oracle*
and group *dba*.

I would greatly appreciate any ideas,

Jennifer Chiki.

p.s. I'm a student!
jennifer -dot- chiki -at- marcam -dot- com
Marcam Canada Corporation

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