RE: would you?

Subject: RE: would you?
From: "Debbie Packer" <dpacker -at- stingrayboats -dot- com>
To: "'TECHWR-L'" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 1999 11:02:09 -0500


I have seen the word unsaved used many times in Microsoft documentation. You
could probably find examples if you go to their site and search for 'unsaved
document'. I would say that it is correct in this context, but I think I
prefer your version of the sentence better. It just sounds a little more
reader friendly to me.


Debbie Packer

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Kevin Feeman wrote:

>I had the following:
>CopyWriter will prompt the user to save any edited files that have not been
>saved before the program closes.
> She suggested:
> CopyWriter will prompt the user to save any edited, unsaved
> files before the program closes.
> I just wanted to make sure that unsaved is proper in this context.

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