style guidelines

Subject: style guidelines
From: Ruth Glaser <ruthg -at- GORETEK -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 1 Mar 1996 11:27:09 -0600

Any suggestions in the following area?

We currently have a corporate Standards Manual that defines the content and
format of the documents we produce. One of the major problems I have with
this document is the number of different paragraph tags combining different
fonts, sizes, justification, etc. It becomes too complex and looks terrible.

We are in the research & planning phase of completely redoing our product
(business application software) in a new technology. This gives us the
opportunity to develop documentation from scratch, including a new Standards
Manual.

Does anyone have an opinion/rule of thumb regarding a maximum number of
paragraph tags/fonts to use in a document?

How about good design book recommendations?

Thanks in advance for any help.

Ruth T. Glaser
ruthg -at- goretek -dot- com

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Ruth T. Glaser e-mail: ruthg -at- goretek -dot- com
Goretek Data Systems, Inc. Phone: (612) 639-5043
New Brighton, MN Fax: (612) 639-9242


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