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I wish that I had had the Simplified Technical English document a long time
Being in the Information Technology arena for the past 'several' years (over
20) I certainly could have avoided some discussions with others on
terminology for easy-reading Resolving the discussion challenges would have been
easier if I had the 'SE' to refer to.
I am currently on a contract task where I am to 'build' the how-to
procedures for a 'simulation' organization.
Revising existing procedures that are written by a number of individuals and
organizations who have a 'vested interest in what they wrote.
And, making sure that what I write is in alignment with the STE document.
I downloaded the Version 2 document that you pointed me to.
Thank you so much for your information.
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