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Subject:Re: Trademarks for Other Companies' Products From:Elna Tymes <etymes -at- LTS -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 25 Apr 1997 14:45:03 -0700
> How do you handle trademarks for other companies' products in your
> documentation? ... Do you include a page that lists the trademarks of
> all the products you mention and who owns them?
Probably the simplest way - and one more and more companies are using -
is to list the trademarks and who owns them somewhere in the front
matter, as a page headed "Trademarks." If you can keep it to one page,
you only have to update it when you revise the entire book.