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I've found the MS Manual of Style extremely helpful. They've dealt
with a lot of the issues concerning the continuely evolving terminology...
things like when do you click and when do you select.... I don't
always agree with their decisions but what they decide does tend
to set the standard. If you're writing users guides or online help for
Windows products, its indispensable. I am curious about what
opinions others on the List have, so I'm glad you asked the question.
Dont know anything about Bugs..., but it sounds good.
CKYLE%eis_international -at- mcimail -dot- com
Stamford, CT USA
From: Ajig Alcalde <ajig -at- HK -dot- SUPER -dot- NET>
Has anyone read the following two books? Can you give me
your opinions about them?
Lyn Dupre, "BUGS in Writing" Addison Wesley
Microsoft Manual of Style for Technical Documentation.