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At 02:28 PM 12/16/1999 -0500, Pam Hurley wrote:
>I've been commissioned to produce an online style guide for a fledgling drug
>company. Any suggestions in terms of other style guides I might peruse to
>get a better idea of how to formulate this one--things covered, etc?
Sun has a book. I forget what it's called, perhaps the SUN StyleGuide?
Regardless, it's a great start, and it comes with a CD.
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