Re: Style Guides
I am looking for any example of style guides that I could use as a reference to base my own style guide on. I work in a large Information Systems division and we produce a lot of documentation (mostly internal) that I would like to start creating some consistency with. Since we work with quite a few coworkers who use English as a second language, there are a lot of misunderstandings and phrases involved. Tips for creating my style guide would be useful too.
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