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Subject:editing--Editing Online web page From:Shannon White <shannonwhite -at- YAHOO -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 29 May 1998 07:24:46 -0700
The page may have been changed, but errors are still there. "Editng,"
for one, is incorrect, and "definative" is still in the middle of the
page. The spacing errors are still evident in the titles of the
books, and why is that random period there on the last entry title?
It is blatant disregard of such errors that reduce technical
writers/editors to the stereotype of typists. I, for one, am sickened.
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