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Subject:Information Mapping From:"Sleep in peace...God is awake." <MWARKASKE -at- QTIWORLD -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 25 Jun 1996 12:49:28 -0500
Good Afternoon Fellow Tech Writers,
I am a new subscriber, so please forgive me if you've discussed this topic
already. I have a few questions regarding Information Mapping...
1) Does anyone use Information Mapping as their company standard for technical
2) If so, how do your customers like it?
3) Has your company ever rejected Information Mapping as their standard, and
if so, why?
I appreciate your input. Have a wonderful day :)
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