Posted by: episystechpubs | August 21, 2014

Nifty Nuggets: “End-of” Terms

Here is another guideline update from the JHA Style Guide for Technical Communication and Training to remember when writing about end-ofterms.

· Always hyphenate end-of-year, end-of-quarter, end-of-month, and end-of-day. Although not in the style guide, also hyphenate year-end, quarter-end, and month-end.

· Use the acronyms EOY, EOQ, EOM, and EOD to abbreviate these terms as needed. Please spell out the term unless there is a spacing issue.

Thank you,

Jackie Solano

Technical Writer, Episys Technical Publications

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