Re: 1F8CAB asking for help

Subject: Re: 1F8CAB asking for help
From: Julie Knoeller <jknoelle -at- CISCO -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 13:07:46 -0700

You might want to post this to Index-L (I could send you subscription info).


At 01:00 AM 5/28/98 +0530, Sudhin U Bhobe wrote:
>Hi !
>My name is Sudhin and I am writing to you from Icode Inc. I am on the
>technical writing team. Currently at Icode we are developing mission
>critcal business applications,. which will require extensive
>documentation, running into a number of volumes and each volume will run
>into atleast 600-750 pages. Our main concern is that users who refer to
>our documentation should not miss any area and get into a situation
>where they call us for technical support, when the explanation is very
>much present in our documentation set. This will require us to create an
>extensive and detailed Index, which will cover all key/critical areas.
>I am very new to technical writing and not very conversant with certain
>techniques.My current task is to create a common index for multiple
>documents.I was browsing the web for a solution, when I fell upon your
>web site. Please consider this as a personal request and help me find a
>solution. I shall be very obliged.
>An index entry such as 'Journal' would look as follows if we had a
>common index for say, volume I and volume II:
>Journal- page 45 vol I & page 234 vol II
>I will look forward to your help in all earnestness.
>Thanking you
>Sudhin U. Bhobe
>Icode Software Inc.
>sudhin -at- icodeindia -dot- soft -dot- net

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