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[Forum] re:spaces in company's name
Thanks---it has been done both ways on company letterhead, sales literature, various printed documents. No one in the company has raised the issue until now. That's why I'm just trying to get a sense of what is common practice. And it's interesting to recommend what is on the letterhead...

[Forum] RE: reprinting old text
Well, that is what they do with the e-books. That is the final version. The pages of the original book "end and start" here and there--wherever they land on the PDF. There are large spaces of blank space between the end of the last page and the start of the next--with the page number in between.

[Forum] RE: Biblical references primary and secondary
[quote='RGJaxon' pid='16927' dateline='1391040679'] JerrySmile, I don't understand your second sample with the hyphens for spaces. Do you mean that the citation following the quote should not go inline with the rest of the text? [/quote] Right, on the next line, after it. As in mottoes, where

[Forum] RE: Track Changes for everything or not?
I also turn off TC for those simple little edits that you know are just basic. Two spaces, quotes turned the right way, fixing the font size when it suddenly got wrong for a line or two, etc. I want TC on whenever it's something the author might want to overrule me about. Or as you say, when it'

[Forum] RE: Spaces with Initials
[quote='Pixna' pid='11294' dateline='1372505794'] For company names, just go with however the company lists it. [/quote] Easier said than done. Is it J. C. Penney? JCPenney? jcpenney? JCP? jcp? Go with however you think looks the most reasonable.

[Forum] RE: Spaces with Initials
I believe CMOS has relevant sections on the personal names. I'll let you look them up yourself. For company names, you can either punctuate per the company's own style or create your own style.

[Forum] RE: Spacing Between Sentences
Thanks, [b]Suzanne[/b]. I agree with you (on all points). :D [b]Whisper[/b], I certainly didn't mean to flame you. That's not my style. I'm just super passionate about people not putting two spaces between sentences. It has driven me nuts since, well, since everyone has had access to personal com

[Forum] RE: Spacing Between Sentences
[quote='Loopy3505' pid='5256' dateline='1335458993'] The one exception I see consistent throughout is that court documents and depositions seem to be in the old typewriter monospaced format and use the two spaces after the period. [/quote] lol yes! why is that anyway? It seems like a hangover

[Forum] Venting
arrrgh one of my clients just put back all of the hyphens (or spaces!) with common prefixes and rejected M-W standard spellings for nonstandard spellings for various terms throughout her thesis. lol...what can we do with our "active" clients... (Not sure if I'm opening a can of worms with a vent

[Forum] RE: Spaces in Company's Name
One is inclined to think the letterhead of a company is a part and parcel of its identity; it may be established as a result of some deliberation, and a professional consultation before adopting it. So, it makes sense not to mess with it: if every new-hiree spelled the name to his/her satisfaction,

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