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Subject:Query: Seminars from SOLUTIONS From:technicalwriter <martinr -at- ASL -dot- DL -dot- NEC -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 22 Sep 1994 14:32:58 CDT
Am considering attending a one-day seminar in
Houston presented by SOLUTIONS for Doc. and
Training Needs of Reading, MA. The seminar is
called Indexing Technical Documents, and the
price is $265.
Has anyone attended one of their seminars? How
did you feel about the value received?
from the factsheet faxed to me:
Indexing Technical Documents
Seminar Leader: Paula Berger, Lynn Harris, Jay Talbot
. . . This seminar presents a step-by-step approach
to developing clear, useful indexes for print and online
[topics listing, with abbrev.]
Intro to Indexing
Index is Roadmap
Parts of Index
6 Criteria for Good Indexes
6 Steps for Good Indexing
Planning the Index
Standards for Indexes
Reading and Marking the Text
Tagging Is Just the Beginning
Editing and Testing the Index
Free with registration: copy of THE ART OF INDEXING
by Larry Bonura (Wiley, 1994)
Thanks for your input. Private replies to me will
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