Re: FWD: How does one write a user's guide without users?
I have written a rough draft of a user's guide for small start-up company
that I work for which was "supposed to be" using the software internally.
However, of course, it hasn't really been used on a steady basis.
Unfortunately, the company recently went through some changes. The
software is now being targeted to an outside audience, though I have no
idea who the intended is to be. How does on write a user's guide without
users? Any advice, comments, suggestions?
Marc A. Santacroce
Senior Technical Writer,
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