Re: User Guide - a newbie mistake?

Subject: Re: User Guide - a newbie mistake?
From: <cheek1 -at- sbcglobal -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2002 14:35:11 -0700

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feeling, whether it is a three-page pamphlet or a thousand-page reference. I
guarantee a copy of your first work will earn a permanent place on your

Kevin Cheek

----- Original Message -----

> Hi everyone,
> Dilemma: I'm almost done with my first document. It's 20 pages long. I
called it
> a user guide and sent it for review. Then I realize, I didn't really cover
> absolutely every aspect of the software. I covered about 75%. The
important 75%.
> Is it okay to have called it a user guide? Is there a rule that says when
> calling a document a user guide it has to cover 100% of everything? Or
does it
> depend on what the company/team/department has deemed "user guide" for
> consistency?
> Rhina

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