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First, apologies for the on-topic question. I hate posting technical
writing-related stuff, but I am in a bit of bind here. Just prior to the
final release of the software, some changes are being made that will not be
able to get into the final documentation. What I can do is to put another
section into the Release Notes listing the few changes between what the user
will experience and what they will read (until I can deliver an updated
version of the doc). My question is, what's a decent name for this section?
'Errata' isn't quite right (on so many levels), but my poor brain is having
difficulty in coming up with anything else.
Ideas and suggestions?
Rob Domaschuk | 312.853.8337 - t
Technical Writer | 630.430.4162 - m
Datalogics inc. | 719.623.7431 - f
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