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> Amy Michelle Evans wrote:>
> I was wondering if anyone attended the session "Maintaining Document
> Standards: Creating House Style Guides, Style Sheets, and Grids for Paper
> and Online Technical Publications." (Monday 2:00 - 3:30 session.)
> I was unable to attend that session; however, I am very interested in
> getting a copy of the presentation. I could not find a copy of it in the
> conference Proceedings, and wanted to know if anyone has the e-mail
> (or website) for the speaker