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Debbie Figus wrote:
> You read the following sentence:
> Our Company is interested in the applications
> you develop with our products, and we want to
> help if you have problems with them.
> It?s a nicely written sentence, says everything it
> needs to . . . .
Actually, it's not such a great sentence. I would be uncomfortable
with the ambiguity, for one thing -- problems with the applications or
with the products?
Jeffrey R. Wiggin, M.S.
Technical Communicator mailto:wiggin -at- rpi -dot- edu