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Dave Neufeld wrote
> Hi all,
> This is for an in-house marketing style guide.
> Which is "more" correct: kHz or KHz? My preference is kHz. The MS Style
> Guide (copyright 1995, not the latest 3rd edition) contradicts itself. Sun's
> Read Me First! says kHz in its list of abbreviations (why is that such a
> long word? <g>).
> Let the opinions roll!
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