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A colleague wondered: <<I’m looking for a fun, brief (10 questions or
so) quiz on writing procedural documentation. Have you seen anything
like this that you could share with me, or point me to?>>
I didn't know of anything, and rather than resorting to Google, I
thought I'd throw it out there for the assembled techwhirlers. Any
thoughts? If nothing exists: Lisa, interested in compiling one for the
techwr-l site? Possibly turn this into a resource of sorts... or a
Please copy your reply to Debbie Wiles (Debbie -dot- Wiles -at- tellabs -dot- com);
she's not a techwhirler, so she won't see replies that go only to the
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