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> I'm at at loss for how to start....Can anyone provide me with any
> tips for how to do a "quick and dirty" usability test that can help point
> out key problems with the documentation? If no personal experiences come
> mind, any book recommendations would also help. I was referred to the STC
> anthology "Practical Approaches to Usability Testing for Technical
> Documentation." Title sounds good, but can't find reviews of it on the
> Amy Janczy, Technical Writer
> UCLID Software, LLC