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Subject:Re: via the Internet? From:Carolyn Hogan <chogan -at- ARBORTEXT -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 18 Jun 1999 10:15:40 -0400
We just had this discussion here, although it had to do with a software
feature. We went with "using."
"Kelly, Ellen S." wrote:
> I have a wording question for everyone - a chapter in the manual I am
> writing is about updating a program using an "Internet Updating" feature.
> I originally chose "Updating XXX on the Internet" but this struck an awkard
> cord with my supervisor so we changed the title to:
> "Updating XXX via the Internet"
> I am not sure using "via" is acceptable - does anyone have any opinions or
> suggestions for improvement?
> Technical Communications Specialist
> Matthew Bender & Co.
> ekelly -at- bender -dot- com
> From ??? -at- ??? Sun Jan 00 00:00:00 0000==