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Subject:FW: Double Time From:Cheryl Kidder <chekid -at- SYMIX -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 28 Aug 1996 10:37:00 EDT
I've been lurking for awhile and now have a quick question.
I am documenting fields for a payroll portion of a larger application and
hit the term "Double Time". However, in the application it appears as one
Just checking, my dictionary lists it as two words or hyphenated. Any
experts out there? Ever seen this as one word?
Also, as an aside, how have you dealt with field labels that were just plain
mis-spelled? Have you had trouble convincing folks that spelling does count
something? Please let me know how you have handled this.
Cheryl D. Kidder
Senior Information Developer (formerly Senior Tech Writer)
chekid -at- symix -dot- com
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