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I am a grad student in Tech Comm and will be writing on-line help for a
Windows legal software. Does anyone have any words of wisdom on audience
factors. I expect the program to be used by lawyers, paralegals and
secretaries. It's primary function is to analyze depositions in a database
Besides completing this project for work, I will use it for my Plan B
Project in my degree and write a corresponding paper.
Thanks for any guidance . . .
Jean McMahon - 690-2773 (home) 224-1289 (work, Tues-Thurs 9-5)
Email - mcma0017 -at- gold -dot- tc -dot- umn -dot- edu