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Subject:Re: Capitals after WARNING: From:Lynn Gold <figmo -at- RAHUL -dot- NET> Date:Tue, 20 May 1997 02:18:42 -0700
Jennifer Kraus wrote:
>Kind of a nit-picky question...
>I'm editing a manual. A typical warning looks this way:
><bold>WARNING:<bold> Do not do such and such a thing...yatta yatta =
>yatta. This may result in blah, blah.
>Here's the question...is the first word after the heading capitalized?
--Lynn Gold "net.fogey" figmo -at- rahul -dot- net,
Senior Technical Writer, TCSI (weekdays) or lgold -at- tcsi -dot- com
News Anchor, KLIV & KARA News (weekends)