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Subject:Re: Translation Info for Style Guide From:joanne grey <j -dot- grey -at- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET> Date:Wed, 9 Oct 1996 17:21:49 -0700
jlubitz -at- qtiworld -dot- com wrote:
> We are in the process of re-writing our in-house Style Guide, and we would like
> to include a section that addresses writing for translation.
> If anyone out there has this sort of information and would be willing to share
> it, I would really appreciate it and I know the people who read our translated
> manuals would appreciate it, too!
I hate to do a "me, too" :-), but... me, too. Translation is a fairly
new thing for us, and I'd like to get our style guide more current. Any
ideas, guides, etc would be greatly appreciated.
Joanne Grey Senior Technical Writer
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