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Subject:Re: Texts to Simulate "Keeping Up w/ Des From:Anders Sevaldson <ANDERSS -at- SPECTEC -dot- MHS -dot- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 25 Jan 1995 03:00:03 EST
Yvonne DeGraw wrote:
>One book I recommend for "real world" info about tech writing is "The Art
>Technical Documentation" by Katherine Haramundanis. It is published by
>Press (part of Digital Equipment Corporation), and really provides info
>how it "really" is out here.
Is this book publicly available? If so, does anybody have the ISBN number?
anderss -at- spectec -dot- mhs -dot- compuserve -dot- com