Re: The words "in addition"

Subject: Re: The words "in addition"
From: "Brierley, Sean" <Brierley -at- QUODATA -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 1999 15:44:41 -0400


In addition sounds harmless enough. I suppose there are a variety of degrees
we can take this to.

For example, consider a result that can be gained by four separate
procedural routes. You could, I suppose, approach these with the in-addition
method. However, I might be inclined to do this:

<Body>Description of the Task's importance to life, the universe, and
everything. This quintessential and whimsical task can be done four ways:

<Body>Here's way1.
<Numberedstep>you get the idea

<Body>Here's way2.
<Numberedstep>you get the idea

You get the idea.

As I have outlined above, I would link the bullets as hypertext so that it
chunks well for online output.

But, for less structured or complex scenarios, yeah, in addition works for

All the best,

sean -at- quodata -dot- com

>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>From: Deborah Cooper [mailto:dcooper -at- EDISPATCH -dot- COM]
>>>Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 1999 3:18 PM
>>>To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
>>>Subject: The words "in addition"
>>>I'm having a little problem today. In tech manuals, etc., is it
>>>wrong or improper to use the words "In addition, you can .... ".

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