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Subject:Re: data sheet or datasheet? From:George Mena <George -dot- Mena -at- ESSTECH -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 20 Apr 1998 11:11:50 -0700
Greetings from California, Joe =)
Around here, we use "data sheet" on the front covers of all of our data
As for an "authority", haven't heard of one. Doesn't mean one doesn't
Might try looking at http://www.aea.org and see if there's a list of
standard verbage there. =)
Good luck! =)
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> From: joe [SMTP:joe -at- MANAGE -dot- COM]
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> Subject: data sheet or datasheet?
> I find both on the web and in the archives and neither in Websters or
> the Chic. Manual of Style. Is there an authority? Is the MS manual of
> style online (or on line)?
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