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The thread has some good information, as another poster noted.
I think Screen Captures 102.pdf is a valuable resource and should be
hosted for the technical writing community; if we can find a copy, I
will gladly host it on technical-writing.dionysius.com.
--- John Garison <john -at- garisons -dot- com> wrote:
> A quick Google search turned up this:
> John Garison
> Candidate for STC Region 1 Director
> >>> There's an article on the techwr-l Website about screen captures,
> >>> called Screen Captures 102.pdf. The site has changed, however,
> and I
> >>> can no longer find it.
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