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Subject:Re: Microsoft Style Guide -Reply From:Sheila Reitz <sreitz -at- CAMAX -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 6 Nov 1996 10:22:52 -0600
We also use the "Microsoft Manual of Style" as one of our style manuals. In addition to providing
good definitions of general computer terms, it gives us the Microsoft standards for the terminology to
use when describing a Windows-based software application. We have also recommended that our
developers us it when designing interface.