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    kat2006 is offline Junior Member
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    changes to something

    Here is the sentence i've read:

    For more information about cost buckets, see the chapter in this manual about changes to Production.

    now i wonder if we only say "changes to X" with no other words, it usually means something has been changed to X, or changes are made to X?
    because there is no context that can be referenced.

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    susiedqq is offline Key Member
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    Re: changes to something

    You are referring people to another section of the manuel to find out more about cost buckets. Just be sure that wherever you tell them to look does have more information about cost buckets.

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