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No matter how well organized the project, no matter how well identified the
tasks, if the writing is crappy, the documentation will suck./coarse
Tony Markatos responds:
Chuck, have you actually see this happen? In fifteen years of technical
communications experience, I have never seen nor heard of a well organized
(in terms of both the deliverable and project management) tech comm project
that fell apart because of poor writing technique. I have seen PLENTY of