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I would like to correspondence with the person from the Prudential who
"Prudential Insurance has sent a large number of associates to the
Information Mapping seminars" on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1994 in response to the
subject "structured writing." Please respond directly to:
jbeal -at- sequent -dot- com
To: Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L
Subject: Re: structured writing (Information Mapping)
Date: Tuesday, November 15, 1994 10:28PM
Prudential Insurance has sent a large number of associates to the
Information Mapping seminars.
I find that the structured writing helps to organize my ideas/paragraphs
into sections. Of course, all of the memos start to look the same after a