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Last spring I asked for suggestions for a text for an advanced manuals course
I am teaching this fall. Many thanks to those who contributed recommendations.
After odering each and examining them I settled on Price and Korman's HOW TO
COMMUNICATE TECHNICAL INFORMATION mainly because the course will cover both
paper and on-line.
Thanks to all that helped, and John and Janet, buy it in town, it's cheaper than
at the U of H bookstore :-)