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My liitle tech-writing brain is going through some major efforts over
the last few days and I'm starting to loose it.
Question: I have some input from a developer that contain, in the
description, the following piece of statement:
"...replace the IBM Magstar 3570 model B with the..."
Under normal circumstances, does the word "model" get capped?
John Posada, Technical Writer
Bellcore, where Customer Satisfaction is our number one priority mailto:john -at- tdandw -dot- com
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