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| What classifies a document as a White Paper as opposed to a
| standard manual
| or reference doc?
| Are there any specific points that need to be in a White
| Paper, and if so,
Typically, white papers are technical marketing communications. They
provide substantially more technical information than a brochure or a
data sheet and are intended to make the case to a technical audience for
a particular product, technology, or solution. There are a few sample
white papers in the Portfolios section of our web site at http://www.knopf.com.
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