Re: Request for Documentation Form

Subject: Re: Request for Documentation Form
From: Carla Martinek <martinek -at- CIG -dot- MOT -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 1997 12:21:49 -0500

From: Helen Obaze <hobaze -at- GOSAFEGUARD -dot- COM>

> I would like to create a "Request for Documentation" form for use in
> my company. Currently, requests for documentation are made informally
> - using e-mail or voice mail. Does anyone have any ideas on what I
> should include? Do you have any templates? Any help would be
> appreciated.

From: "Key,Sharon" <skey -at- AGEDWARDS -dot- COM>

> Our organization is trying to standardize this procedure as well.
> Would anyone with ideas please respond to the list?



After getting approval from my manager (yes, I asked first!), I am
authorized to share with the list our Request for Training and
Documentation form. (RFTD)

To view this form, you will need a web browser and PDF capabilities. as
the form is in Acrobat PDF format. It is located on the following URL:

http://www.cig.mot.com/Org.new/TED/forms.html

Scroll down the page, and select the document number CIG-TED-9013.

I hope this helps. If you have any comments or questions regarding this
form, please feel free to contact me offline.

Regards,

Carla Martinek
Technical Writer
Motorola Technical Education and Documentation
1 Nelson C. White Parkway
Mundelein, IL 60060


Carla Martinek martinek -at- cig -dot- mot -dot- com
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