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Excellent point, John. This was strictly a conversion of manuals to Word,
using a template that I created and he approved, so there are no possible
issues like those you mention.
> Sometimes it is a bad thing to turn something around too much faster
> than required. What if the client has the obligation to review the
> deliverable and you are sending it to him faster than he can
> accomodate it. Now, in the second deliverable, an error is introduced
> through no fault of anyone. If was turned around as expected, it may
> only be by the third deliverable that it is caught, resulting in
> minimal redo. However, if he's still reviewing the second deliverable
> and you are on the fifth deliverable, then all that work has to be
> John Posada
> Senior Technical Writer
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
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