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Subject:Re: User guide? From:Don Smith <dsmith -at- ACCESSBEYOND -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 28 Feb 1997 14:50:30 EST
Why not "Operator Manual"?
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Subject: Re: Re: User guide?
Author: Mike Collier - SSG <MikeCol -at- SBSERVICES -dot- COM> at INTERNET
Date: 2/28/97 3:28 PM
Then why do we see "Operator's Manual", and not "Operator Manual" ?
What makes "User's Manual" less preferable?
> A fellow tech writer, that shares an office with me, uses "User
> Manual" on her manuals for user's. I suppose one could consider the
> person holding the manual for use is the user. Thus the user manual.
>mikecol -at- sbservices -dot- com
>SOFTBANK Services Group