Re: QUESTION: British vs. American spelling

Subject: Re: QUESTION: British vs. American spelling
From: "klein, david" <dk2445 -at- TXMAIL -dot- SBC -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 1997 11:36:17 -0500

> a) does it bother you?
>
Nope, I just assume the product comes from England, Australia,
South Africa, etc....

> b) does it somehow impede your comprehension?
>
Not at all.


My company has clients throughout the world. Our templates are designed
so that each client's documents use the correct spelling. I don't think
it affects comprehension, but I think it does show a level of respect
for your clients.

Hope this helps

David


David S. Klein
Technical Writer - Amdocs-LD

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