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Subject:credits in books From:joanne grey <j -dot- grey -at- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 19 Sep 1996 19:15:16 -0700
David Somers wrote:
> For a lot of internal documents, the QA history is a good place to
> 'hide' the credits-type information <g>.
Well, in lieu of writing credit, I use myself/husband/friends whenever
possible in screen shots. My non-geek type friends get a real kick out
of seeing their name in print as an "example". (Of course, I have their
It's not quite the same as credit, but it does make it easier to
recognize your involvement in the manual.
Joanne Grey Senior Technical Writer
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joann -at- genesyslab -dot- com http://www.genesyslab.com
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