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Subject:Blatant Plug -Reply From:"Nancy G. Feraldi" <NGF334T -at- WPGATE -dot- SMSU -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 29 Oct 1997 10:36:53 -0600
And Julie, where might that workshop be . . . in your little corner of the
>>> Julie Tholen <julie_tholen -at- CNT -dot- COM> 10/29/97 10:07am >>>
If anyone is looking for a good one-day workshop for new writers or
just to get their own juices flowing, I'm giving a plug for the AMA/Padgett
Thompson "How to Write a Technical Manual" workshop. I attended it
yesterday, and thought that it was terrific! The trainer, Mandi Stanley,
was a big factor in the workshop's success, but it was chock-full of
interesting tips and strategies.