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Subject:Re: One publication or two? From:Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 26 Sep 1995 09:04:21 -0700
John McGhie said:
> At 19:51 24/09/95 PDT, Matt Ion wrote:
> >I'm afraid the size of the manual doesn't have much to do with it. I worked
> >for a few months at IBM as a TSA when Warp was released last year.
> Of course, I take your point, the OS/2 Manual is well done.
That's an interesting change. The OS/2 2.1 manual was what made me
decide I could be a technical writer. I *knew* I could write better
than that! I suspect a lot of the phone calls Matt got were from
people who upgraded, and expected equally bad documentation.