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I am writing an in-house style manual. A few days ago there was a
posting by someone who had done a manual, and the posting showed the
organization and elements of the manual. I meant to save that posting
for my own use, but I inadvertently erased it. If the person who sent
that posting reads this, please resubmit it you will save me a lot of