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Subject:Re: Dos and don'ts for R & D From:"Bergen, Jane" <janeb -at- ANSWERSOFT -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 24 Feb 1998 08:55:29 -0600
Well, if anyone DOES have a checklist like this, please post it to the
GROUP (or copy me, too, please). My engineers and QA staff have asked
for this kind of thing but I have simply not had the time (I'm the lone
P.S. Steve Williams, check your email settings. I'm seeing a "=20=" at
the end of each line. Thanks.
Jane Bergen, Technical Writer,
AnswerSoft, Inc. Richardson, TX
janeb -at- answersoft -dot- com
On Tuesday, February 24, 1998 1:14 AM, Steve Williams
[SMTP:steve -dot- williams -at- ASCOMTATECO -dot- SE] wrote:
> I'd like to put together a list of "Dos and Don'ts" to be used by our
> when checking the factual content of technical documents. It seems
> they all have different ideas on what has to be checked and how
> changes should be indicated in the document.
> Before embarking on such an enterprise I thought it best to check with
> you people in case someone has some pointers. Perhaps someone has
> done something like this.
> /Steve Williams =20
> Send commands to listserv -at- listserv -dot- okstate -dot- edu (e.g., SIGNOFF
> Search archives at: http://listserv.okstate.edu/archives/techwr-l.html,