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Subject:Re: Documenting A Moving Target From:Bob Morse <morse -at- GLOBALDIALOG -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 21 Feb 1996 20:08:53 GMT
Karen Gwynn/Datatel <Karen_Gwynn -at- datatel -dot- com> wrote:
>Problem: I am trying to document a product that is still being developed, not
>just tweaked. By this I mean, something that I documented on January 31, now
>works differently. ......
Sorry I don't have any solution or suggestions for you; seems like this is just the
bain of we tech writers' existence. But I did want to share with you a comment I
heard from a fellow tech writer, who characterized software documentation as "trying
to change a tire on a moving car."