atw: Re: Appendixes vs annexes [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

I've occasionaly pondered the same question and never really found a =20
definitive answer as to which is which, or if indeed there is a =20
difference.  I suspect annex and appendice are fairly interchangeable =20
so I've generally picked one and stuck with it.  Sometimes I've had =20
situations where you have an appendice to an annex (!), as long as its =20
consistent I don't see any problems with that.

I'd limit attachments, however, to instances where you are attaching a =20
separate document rather than something that corresponds to,  or is =20
part of, the document you are putting together. So if its separately =20
published, and you are including it for convenience etc, I put it as =20
an attachment.

-Pete

Quoting Howard.Silcock@xxxxxxxxxxx:

> I've been used to using the term 'Appendix' for material that's
> supplementary to a document. But I found in Defence that often people used
> 'Annex' - and now I find that others use 'Attachment'. I'm not clear
> whether these are different names for the same thing or reflect real
> differences in structure or function. A search on the Internet has only
> added to the confusion, though I get the impression that 'Annex' may be
> commoner in America.
> Can anyone clarify this for me?
>
> Howard
>
>
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