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The STC journal Technical Communication (Vol. 40, #3; Third Quarter; August
1993) contains a good article on developing a corporate style guide (pp.
505-510). This may be something more than what you want. Jonathan Price's How
To Write A Computer Manual
contains a sample style sheet (pp. 243-263 of 1984 edition). I have used this
type of style sheet with some success.