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IMO, there is no voice in technical editing that is clearer or makes
more sense than Don Bush. Check out his _Friendly Editor_ columns
in STC's _Intercom_. His book is _How to Edit Technical Documents_,
Donald W. Buxh and Charles P. Campbell. ISBN 0-89774-870-0 and
ISBN 0-89774-964-2 for the workbook.
At 09:55 AM 6/12/00 +0000, Ead Ni Domhnaill wrote:
>I am fairly new to this profession and I am keen to buy an
>Does anyone here know of any other/better books before I spend my hard