Re: file extensions in text -Reply

Subject: Re: file extensions in text -Reply
From: Wayne Hausmann <wayne -at- SES -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 5 Jan 1996 11:36:58 CST

To pick nits, my example would read:

"It is conventional to use a .eps file name extension for a graphics
image file saved in EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) format."
-- or --
"It is conventional to use a .txt file name extension for a file
saved in ASCII format."

i.e. I include the <dot> when referring to a file name extension, but
I do not include a <dot> as part of the acronym for a file format,
such as EPS, GIF, RTF, etc.

wayne -at- ses -dot- com

--------------------------snip-------------------------------->
> Review my example:
> Save the graphic in .PCX format.


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