Re: Plural Problem

Subject: Re: Plural Problem
From: Bill Hartzer <XBJH%mimi -at- MAGIC -dot- ITG -dot- TI -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 8 Aug 1996 07:41:40 -0500

I prefer the following statement. It's better this way because in this
case you _DO_ need to say that each thing is a button. You've proven by
writing the sentences the other way that the other ways don't work that
well because the reader could get confused.

Press the "Reset" button, and then the "Init" button.
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