Re: How to say this correctly?

Subject: Re: How to say this correctly?
From: John Posada <john -at- TDANDW -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 8 Sep 1998 09:22:01 -0400

Hi, Deborah.

Question...in your mind, does removing the word change the meaning of
the sentence?

If so, leave it in. If not, take it out.

My opinion? Take it out.



Deborah Cooper wrote:

> I need a little help in my TW project. I write the sentence:
> The administrator can edit the characteristics of an already existing
> user by first...
>
> My question: should I be saying "already" or just "existing"? Thanks!
>

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