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Subject:RE: Who is doing great documentation? From:"EXT-Hornoi-Centerwall, Theodore" <Theodore -dot- Hornoi-Centerwall -at- PSS -dot- Boeing -dot- com> To:TECHWR-L <TECHWR-L -at- LISTS -dot- RAYCOMM -dot- COM>, "'Mike Hyatt'" <mhyatt -at- esri -dot- com> Date:Fri, 1 Sep 2000 09:31:11 -0700
Mike Hyatt wrote:
> I am looking for examples of outstanding software documentation (printed or
> PDF). The type of doc does not matter (user/developer/administrator/install
> guide, reference manual, quick reference, tutorial, etc.), nor does the type
> of application. The doc's audience can range from consumer end users to
> developers. The scope of this study includes printed books and PDF documents
> on CD or the Web, and excludes online help.
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What will be done with the survey results? And have there been any surveys like this in the past?
Just wondering ... I'm sure others are, too.
Technical Writer, COMSYS
Theodore -dot- Hornoi-Centerwall -at- PSS -dot- Boeing -dot- com
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