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Sorry I can't dig around there for you at the moment, but it's probably best
if you look around (and feel free to send a message to their list as well).
You have a better idea of the arguments and concerns at your place of
business, so should be able to find the most relevant materials for your
On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 2:07 PM, <p -dot- vuncanon -at- att -dot- net> wrote:
> Currently going through the debate of eliminating screen shots vs. keeping
> screen shots as part of a technical publications standard. There's some
> strong opinions on both sides of the issue.
> However, my question is not specifically about the eliminate vs. keep
> screen shots issue.
> Should the decision be to eliminate screen shots from the documentation,
> I'd like to ask folks if they know of (or can point me to) a set of
> standards that describe how one should document UI elements in the most
> foolproof and readily understandable fashion possible.
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