Re: Structuring Documentation
--- Dick Margulis <margulisd -at- comcast -dot- net> wrote:
You're not happy with the notion that "structured
writing" is a
loose synonym for analysis.
Tony Markos responds:
If structured writing (formatting considerations
aside) is the same or nearly the same as analysis,
then the term serves no purpose other than to create
confusion. We are writers; we should be about
clarification - not adding to the IT worlds confusion.
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Re: Structuring Documentation: From: Tony Markos
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