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Subject:Re: What's with the new docs? (long) From:Lazarus Slater <lazaruss -at- EICON -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 23 Jan 1996 08:18:00 PST
How and where do I get a copy of this technical reference manual?
>Beryl Doane (bdoane -at- intermec -dot- com) wrote
>Their audience was narrowed down from anyone with or without Windows
>or computer experience, to users with Windows experience that would be
>drawn in by Windows 95's "explorability." The product is an operating
>and "average users" would not need much technical information to
>use it. The detailed technical information was removed from the User's
>and placed in a separate Technical Reference, available for about $30
>and containing over 1000 pages. (Smoke and mirrors. The docs are still
>900 pages, but only 100 ship with the product.)