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Subject:Re: Best Books? From:gina jerome <gina -at- ROARK -dot- ITG -dot- TI -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 24 May 1995 08:09:58 -0500
Margaret Procter wrote
> What handbooks on writing about computers do you consult as
> professionals? As an advisor on writing instruction, I'm trying
> to help the Computer Science Department here improve its library. I
> know a few general handbooks on technical writing, but am wondering
> about manuals for writers of documentation, for instance.
> (I'm half-ready to hear that you don't consult books, but only
> each other!)
My personal favorite is "The Handbook of Technical Writing." It's
an excellent book on the basics as well as being a great reference