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    Start up or Startup

    Hi all,

    I think the first sentence is correct, but I am not sure.

    1. This chapter describes how to perform the daily startup procedures.


    2. This chapter describes how to perform the daily start up procedures.

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    Re: Start up or Startup

    Quote Originally Posted by chanbr View Post
    Hi all,

    I think the first sentence is correct, but I am not sure.

    1. This chapter describes how to perform the daily startup procedures.


    2. This chapter describes how to perform the daily start up procedures.
    Both are fine.

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