On 13.06.23 18:45, Olivier Hallot wrote:
I have a question on English linguistics: the paragraph style "body
text" is "text of the body" right? as opposed to "body of the text".
I'm asking because I see translated as "body of the text" all over the
internet and in several languages, including in doc from other softwares
such as Adobe, MS for pt-BR.
To distinguish it from "header of the text", "footer of the text" etc.,
then "body of the text" makes the most sense. But I've only ever
seen/used the term in English, and not other languages...
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