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Depends on the quality of the specs and work scopes. We usualy get
about half way there before seeing it.
--- Lisa Romie <lisaromie -at- hotmail -dot- com> wrote:
> I have never been asked to document software I can't see. I always
> >How many of you have been asked to document a software
> application, but
> >were not expected to need access to that software?
> >It's happened to me a few times where I had to explain that I
> >document what I can't see. I was wondering how prevalent this
> attitude is from businesses?
> >Thanks in advance.
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