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Ed Gregory writes:
>>How about delivering the documentation via Inter, intra, or extranet. Use
cookies to identify users who prefer "he" or "she" or "the user" or "the
person" or "the individual" or "h/she" or "s/he" or "he/she" or "he or she"
or "they" or "y'all."
Let them view or print the documentation in their own choice of personal
Let them eat cookies!
Excellent. I vote for "y'all": "Y'all browse the document.." has a nice
friendly flavour... :-)
When all else fails, read the manual.
If that doesn't work, do what it says.