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good start... wrong subject:: Information Process Implementation
Subject:good start... wrong subject:: Information Process Implementation From:"Yolonda S. Sanchez" <yss -at- WEBCOM -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 8 Nov 1996 23:01:22 -0500
i sure hope i pay better attention to the design and development details of my
information process strategy.
i'll try again, just because i'm such a perfectionist... now there's a mixed
message if ever... a perfectionist who overlooks details... (really and truly,
i've been writing and published for over 20 years, and tech writing for over
10-- honest, please don't shoot me...)
i have been tasked to design an information and documentation process flow for
the company. looking at using framemaker, mezzenine (maybe), SGML... must
design with client support in an intranet, internal intranet, and internet,
training, and documentation, as well as all the faxes, memos, letters, etc...
anyone know where i can pull some info from the net on similar processes?
anyone done anything like this?
Yolonda S. Sanchez
Information Design Services
yss -at- webcom -dot- com http://www.webcom.com/solaz/
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