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Subject:Anyone written for COM Technology? From:Colleen Adams <PD33 -at- MEDISPAN -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 2 May 1997 09:15:33 -0500
I've recently been given the task to create documentation for a product
that uses object technology. Is there anyone out there who has done
something similar? (Our audience is programmers who will be creating
the interfaces to these objects.)
I'd appreciate ANY advice I can get (especially regarding content
organization)! Thanks for the help!
External Documentation Supervisor
e-mail: colleen_adams -at- medispan -dot- com