RE: New TECHWR-L Poll Question
Do process is fairly similar. You write, you review,
you revise, you publish. Some omit steps, some add
steps but eventually you go from write to publish.
And Martha responded:
Well, at a very high level that is true. But what about
all those company-specific decisions that have been made
that you shouldn't have to revisit every time? You know,
things like standard dpi for graphics, line widths and
arrowheads for diagrams and callouts, Acrobat Distiller
settings--just to name a few?
It's one thing to say, "here are the templates, go to
it," and another to say, "here's a really basic style guide
that lists the decisions we've made about phrasing
and formatting so you don't have to guess how we
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