Bullets

Subject: Bullets
From: Peter G Margaritis <chief -at- NCMS1 -dot- CB -dot- LUCENT -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 8 Oct 1997 13:51:03 -0400

Becky wrote:

> Also, it's ridiculous to tell a tech writer to avoid
> excessive use of bullets! Bullets are one of the most
> necessary and useful ways to write meaningful information
> that is user-friendly. If this is a real problem, then the writer > > > obviously needs a better program.

>Becky


Agree, Becky. We use bullets in our documentation all
the time, as well as alphanumeric lists (mainly for
matters involving sequence).

Like everything, though, it can be abused. A good
tech writer won't do that...

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