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or (possibility for production scheduling software)
Installation (task set)
Scheduling for a single product or machine (task set)
Scheduling for multiple units (task set)
Error codes and troubleshooting (task set)
Printing reports and summaries (task set)
Can you talk to the folks who will actually do the scheduling using your
product? If so, ask them what groupings seem logical to them, what
processes naturally flow into others.
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Kat Nagel MasterWork Consulting Services, Rochester, NY
Technical writing / Editing / Document design
"The danger of technology is that it demands to be fed."
Sherry Turkle (cyberpsychologist), in _Life in the screen_
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