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Subject:Re: Policies, practices, and procedures From:Mike Ingram <MIngram -at- SCIENTECH -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 21 Mar 1997 15:05:21 -0700
Here's a couple of possibilities:
Writing and Analyzing Effective Computer system Documentation, by Ann Stuart
Fundamentals of Procedure Writing, by Carolyn Zimmerman and John Campbell
They worked for me but YMMV.
.At 02:51 PM 3/21/97 -0600, Elena.Gonzalez wrote:
>I'm posting my message again because I think it didn't reach
>everyone due to the disruption earlier this week:
>Can anyone recommend references on writing practices, policies, or
>Due to a company re-org, I went from writing 300-500 page end user
>documentation to writing engineering practices. Any help is greatly
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