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Subject:Re: Help for a newbie From:Mike Sechelski <msechelski -at- HOU -dot- SPERRY-SUN -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 14 Aug 1996 10:42:20 -0500
Eric Haddock wrote...
<Anyway, I write the manual....and after it has been written, I put it aside and
<ignore it for about a week--or two if I have that kind of time. After that time
<has passed, I can go back and look at the text with a fresh eye and I can
<easily catch the errors that have creeped in. If I were to read my own text the
<next day, I wouldn't notice a thing. This time delay _really_ helps a lot. I
<see all kinds of things using this method.
I can testify to this approach. I find it very beneficial not just for
technical communication but all sorts of creative projects.
msechelski -at- hou -dot- sperry-sun -dot- com
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