Re: Abbreviation of Transaction

Subject: Re: Abbreviation of Transaction
From: Laura Tarwater <ltarwater -at- YAHOO -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 1999 10:56:13 -0700

In my experience with SAP, I've seen 'Tx' used as well, though only by
configuration people in informal communication. It depends on who your
audience is - if you're writing for end users, I'd recommend writing
the word out (or even substituting something like 'task' depending on
the context).

Laura Tarwater
ltarwater -at- yahoo -dot- com

--- "Horn, Matthew" <Matthew -dot- Horn -at- TFN -dot- COM> wrote:
> I work for a financial services company and we use "Tx" all the time.
> >> From: Rakesh Srivastava [mailto:rakeshs -at- DELHI -dot- TCS -dot- CO -dot- IN]
> >> >Is there a standard abbreviation for the word
> >> 'Transaction'. It's being > >> used in a financial software
product. Someone in my office > >> suggested =
> >> 'Txn'. But I am not sure.0
> >> >

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