Re: "Free Online Textbook for Technical Writing"
And it seems more like a course in Business Writing than technical writing^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
But that might be because it was written in the mid 80s, although the
author says he's working on updating it.
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