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Does anyone know of a good documentation cycle to
follow for changes requested in the on-line help user
A gentleman from our sales departments decided that he
wanted to adopt different terms and hence needed the
documentation (on-line and manual) to change.
Product Management agreed to that, except that I said
I can not change my documentation until the Product
Management Requirements Docs are updated. (I am
working in a start-up and hence we no policies nor
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