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Subject:Writing on the go From:"logendra (l.) naidoo" <naidoo -at- BNR -dot- CA> Date:Thu, 2 Jun 1994 09:16:00 -0400
I am writing an installation manual for a wireless phone system. Part of
the process for writing the manual involves visiting an actual
installation site (one room), with a laptop, and capturing every move
the installers make. The entire installation process should take about
three weeks. Also, I have been instructed to keep my questions to a
Therefore, I was wondering if any writers have experienced similar
writing situations. The merits of such a situation seem obvious (the
info. will be before my eyes). However, I would like to identify any
problems I might encounter ahead of time. Any hints? Advice? Dos and
Northern Telecom Ottawa