Microsoft Manual of Style

Subject: Microsoft Manual of Style
From: Mary Shaw <MSHAW -at- MONEYNET -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 1997 13:11:34 -0400

Lisa Higgins wrote (re: Microsoft Manual of Style):
>> (BTW, isn't their solution to the plural
>> of 'mouse' to call it a 'mouse pointing
>> device' or something equally ridiculous?)

They say the following:

"Avoid using the plural "mice"; if you
need to refer to more than one mouse,
use "mouse devices"."

The word "mouse" is acceptable for the singular.

Makes sense to me.

-- Mary
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