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I'm interested in getting feedback around what questions you would
include on a technical review sheet. I often give chapters of the manual
to our engineers and would like to build a nice list that would guide
them in their review efforts. I seem to think that they are confused and
not sure what they should look for in the document.
EnviroMetrics Software, Inc.
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New Castle, DE 19720