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Subject:Re: Minimalist Writing From:Jim Venis <ujv01 -at- MAILHOST -dot- UNIDATA -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 9 Feb 1994 13:30:59 CST
> Is anyone out there using minimalist writing for anything other than instruc-
> tions or other types of manuals? I'm trying to get a handle on how this is
> evolving and would appreciate hearing from anyone who has gone beyond the
> instruction stage. What kinds of documents are you applying it to? What
> audiences? And what is your rationale for doing so.
Do you have any liturature references for this topic? Just curious.
--Jim Venis ujv01 -at- unidata -dot- com Denver, Colo.