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I recall that there was a recent thread on Copyright/Trademark, but I can't get
www access for now to check the archives.
I am referring to Windows Explorer, by way of analogy apropos our own
navigational methodology and thought that a trademark or copyright symbol might
be appropriate. This is for online help and there is no 'front matter' as such.
Thanks in advance.
PS: I am asking for your professional opinion/experiences as Tech Writers only
and assume that nobody has expertise as an intellectual copyright lawyer (or any
other type of legal advocate) unless otherwise expressly stated by them.