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Subject:Re: How to treat doc errata? From:"I started out with nothing. I still have most of it left." <sharona -at- INTRANET -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 24 Oct 1996 11:52:51 EDT
>b) inserting a loose page calling attention to the error and giving
>the correct information. These manuals are wire bound and we can't
>c) adding a little blurb in the readme file. No one reads these
I have handled it in the past by inserting a loose page in such
circumstances, and I have seen other vendors do the same. I think
you should put it in the readme file as well. This way the user
has two places not to read it. ;-) Seriously, it never hurts to
have more than one place for information such as this.