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Subject:Re: Tech Writing Problems From:"Nancy S. Burns" <nburns -at- NOAO -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 10 Mar 1995 08:26:44 -0825
On March 1, I posted a message in response to tech writing problems,
suggesting a few approaches that could counteract the lack of knowledge
some managers have about tech communications. I asked if anyone else had
suggestions to offer, andreceived the following responses, which I asked if
I could share with TECHWR-L :