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    Question i.e.

    Is the term i.e. italicized or is it proper to leave it not italicized?

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    Default Re: i.e.

    Not italiciized is the standard form.

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    Smile Re: i.e.

    Thanks for the quick reply! I was going on that assumption. I vaguely remember seeing it italicized somewhere but most of the time I see it without italics.

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