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I can suggest Carolyn Rude's Technical Editing. There are chapters that
include Documentation Project Management. Will send more info as I am a
student of Tech Comm and nearly all textbooks include strategies for
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> I need help distinguishing between two editions of William Horton's book about
> online documentation.
> My book store only has the following information:
> 1. Designing and Writing Online Documentation: Hypermedia for... (1993)
> 2. Designing and Writing Online Documentation: Help Files to ... (1988)
> Is #1 a more up-to-date version of #2, or is it some supplementary material,
> possibly in another medium? The clerk at the book store thought the latter was
> probably the case, as it's about 7 dollars cheaper (they are both listed as
> "paperback", however.)
> Can anyone help me out? Or better yet, does anyone know how I can order it
> directly from Wyley, and save some money? (And get a catalogue of related
> "The foreseeable future. A cliche, and a fuzzy one. How much of the
> future is foreseeable? Ten minutes? Ten years? Any of it? By whom is it
> foreseeable? Seers? Experts? Everybody?"
> --Strunk and White, "The Elements of Style"