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"I just received a brochure, as I'm sure many of you out there did as well,
listing a number of books available in technical writing and other related
1. I have not seen this brochure, but I would be most interested in obtaining
a copy of it. Can anyone direct me to the source?
"I'd also like to hear from people who's departments have their own style
guides, either based on Microsoft's or totally distinct from it."
2. I second the request for help with style guides, as the august body for
which I work does not seem to have one, and part of my mandate is to develop
3. Will be anxiously watching this forum for responses.
Tom <<Tom -dot- Tomasovic -at- NATWEST-PLC-NY -dot- nwmarkets -dot- com>>
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