New update of John Renish's booklist

Subject: New update of John Renish's booklist
From: "Peter Ring, PRC" <prc -at- PIP -dot- DKNET -dot- DK>
Date: Sat, 8 Mar 1997 09:52:38 +1

Collegues,

John Renish has just send me the latest version of his 90-100
(depending of printer and paper selection) pages booklist for
technical writers. The list of contents is:

APPROACHES 1
BOOK DESIGN/TYPOGRAPHY 16
DESKTOP PUBLISHING TOOLS AND IDEAS 20
DOCUMENTATION STYLE GUIDES 21
ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING 23
GRAMMAR 23
GRAPHICS 26
INDEXING 28
INFORMATION MAPPING 29
INSTRUCTION/TRAINING 29
INTERFACE ISSUES 30
JOB SOURCES AND ISSUES 37
LEGAL ISSUES 40
MULTIMEDIA 40
ON-LINE HELP 42
PLATFORM-SPECIFIC GUIDES 45
PROJECT MANAGEMENT 48
REFERENCES 49
SGML 60
SOFTWARE ISSUES 61
TECHNOLOGY 62
TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHTS 62
USABILITY 63
WORLD-WIDE WEB (WWW) 70
USEGROUP, FTP, AND WWW SITES 73
BOOKSTORES 98

The booklist is now available as zipped MS Word 6/7 .doc file or .txt
file for download from "The User Friendly Manuals Website", see the
URL below, and it will be available from Eric Ray's FTP website, see
separate message from Eric.

For unzipping software for DOS, Windows, Mac, and UNIX, see the same
page on "The User Friendly Manuals Website".

Greetings from Denmark

Peter Ring
PRC (Peter Ring Consultants)
- specialists in user friendly manuals and audits on manuals.
prc -at- pip -dot- dknet -dot- dk
http://www.pip.dknet.dk/~pip323/index.html
- the "User Friendly Manuals" website with links, bibliography, list
of prof. associations, and tips for technical writers.

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