Re: SERVICE MANUAL REVISION

Subject: Re: SERVICE MANUAL REVISION
From: Patrick Dean <pdean -at- TXBASE -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 1997 13:41:55 -0500

Allen wrote:

>Does anyone have an idea of how a printed manual can be marked so that a user
>can tell if it is the latest revision?

Just a thought, why not update the manuals at regular intervals, say
maybe every six months, and put an expiry date on the cover and each
page. If the manual the user has is past its time, they'll know they
need an updated version.

Pat
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