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> From: Joel Basart <joel_basart -at- INETCO -dot- COM>
> Date: Tue, 14 Dec 1999 11:25:42 -0800
> I was recently asked to make a chapter of a manual for my company as an
> Addendum, and nobody here seemed to know how to make chapter titles and
> chapter lettering for it. I was wondering if anyone out there knew if there
> is a style for this? What I mean is the Appendix is A, B, C etc, and each
> Chapter is 1, 2, 3, etc but what is the Addendum? it cannot be A, since the
> appendix is, and both need to be included in the manual. Any help would be
> greatly appreciated! or even a point to a book or reference. This sort of
> thing is harder for me since I am a programmer by nature and have not had a
> lot of formalized training in writing.
Sounds like you only have one, so why don't you just call it
Addendum? But if you have multiple addenda, there's nothing wrong
with numbering them 1, 2, 3.
John Wilcox -- Senior Technical Writer
TCSI Corp. -- Bothell, WA 425-487-8594