Re: AP style questions: e-mail, Web site
I need to follow AP style for a document and realize my copy of the guide--
is sorely out of date. I know I can subscribe online but $25 to check out
two entries seems excessive.
Could someone with a fresher copy please let me know if the following are
still correct AP style:
Cole Engineering Services Inc.
Email: Chantel -dot- Brathwaite -at- coleengineering -dot- com
Phone: 407-207-1773 ext. 4138
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