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Subject:Re: Writing for on-line and for paper From:"-R.HAWLEY(MT3509" <rth1 -at- BALI -dot- HO -dot- ATT -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 22 Jul 1994 21:01:39 GMT
In article <655 -at- sapphire -dot- demon -dot- co -dot- uk> Jim Snowden <writer -at- sapphire -dot- demon -dot- co -dot- uk>
From: Jim Snowden <writer -at- sapphire -dot- demon -dot- co -dot- uk>
Organization: Oklahoma State University, Stillwater OK
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 1994 22:58:43 GMT
[Jim Snowden's intial paragraph deleted to save space]
So, I was wondering if someone could suggest some good reading on writing
for both paper and on-line. The emphasis is for on-line, but I'd like to use
a common file to generate the paper documentation from. Or maybe someone has
some hints and tips they'd like to share?
Had a chance to attend a class taught by Bill Horton, whose _
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