Re: The use of indicate

Subject: Re: The use of indicate
From: Charles Fisher <decrsc!charles -at- UUNET -dot- UU -dot- NET>
Date: Thu, 3 Feb 1994 11:53:24 -0500

> What would you use in the following example to replace "indicated"?

> Measure voltage at test point indicated on computer screen.

How about "shown"? Or to avoid the possibility of having someone actually
try to jab a voltmeter into their computer screen, try "illustrated"
(assuming that the screen is displaying a graphic).

Either one might be OK, so take your pick: one syllable or four.

"If you take hyphens seriously you will surely go mad."
-John Benbow

Charles Fisher
Senior Documentation Specialist
Program Manager/President-Elect, STC Washington DC Chapter

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