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I have done the last one, tabulate each screen, in a system reference
format, with the items in alphabetical order, and a table under each listing
name, path, other connected screens (as a XREF) and so on.
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 9:06 AM, Damien Braniff <Damien -dot- Braniff -at- asg -dot- com>wrote:
> We have a product that has a number of screens with very similar names and
> quite a few screens that you can get to in different ways. As there's a
> slight lull (famous last words!) and I thought I try and may them out,
> initially for my own benefit but also possibly to be added to the docs as an
> Annex. I've had a couple of thoughtsâ
> I could do it by hand, A3 sheets, and show the paths. Fine for me, if
> cumbersome, but probably not very useful for inclusion in the docs
> I could use Visio, Help package, 'brainstorming' software, spreadsheet etc
> and do it that way
> I could simply tabulate each screen â name, function, how to get there
> Anybody else done anything like this? How did you do it? What did you use?
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