Citing Regulations in Documents

Subject: Citing Regulations in Documents
From: "Hillary M. Russak" <hrussak -at- SLAC -dot- STANFORD -dot- EDU>
Date: Mon, 23 Feb 1998 10:00:20 -0800

Hullo Wizards,

My fellow technical writers/editors (in the Environment, Safety, and Health
Division at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center) were discussing what style
to use in citing reference and regulatory documents. Some of our ES&H
manual chapters italicize the titles and some don't.

My thought was that italicizing is a good idea since it gives the reader a
clear message about the actual title of the referenced document.

What say ye? Do you recommend a source on this?
Hillary M. Russak
Technical Writer
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
(650) 926-3193
Pager (650)849-9483
hrussak -at- slac -dot- stanford -dot- edu

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