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Alternate for "Printed in" and Duty content of Manuals
Subject:Alternate for "Printed in" and Duty content of Manuals From:Victoria Leslie <valeslie -at- precidia -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Wed, 09 May 2001 06:53:30 -0400
Good Morning Everyone!
I remember reading this discussion many years ago, but I cannot locate
it in the Archives.
Instead of using "Printed in Country", what do you use for an
alternative for a document that is downloaded from a Web site and may be
printed anywhere in the world?
Created in Country
Published in Country
Also coming down the work pipeline is a request/requirement for "light
duty" and "heavy duty" manuals. Apparently, according to the
requestors, I currently produce "medium duty" manuals. Has anyone ever
heard these terms applied to documentation before? If yes, how and what
was the difference between the three "duties"?
Victoria A. Leslie
e-mail: valeslie -at- precidia -dot- com
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