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>Has anybody released books with change bars? How did customers react? Is
>this, in fact, a requirement for ISO9000? Do you feel that same gut
>feeling as I, that this isn't going to be useful in the long run?
I've run into this several times as a customer.
If there are only a few changes in the technical information, this is a
good way to go.
If there are substantial changes, or the manual gets revised frequently, or
if you are reorganizing the presentation of the information, then