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Subject:Getting Started Manual From:Lisa Depenbrock <lisa -dot- depenbrock -at- US -dot- FICSGRP -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 11 Sep 1998 10:44:12 -0400
I may have to write a getting started manual for my company's internet
banking system. As I have never written one before, I wanted to get
some feedback about what type of information it should contain.
I think a Getting Started manual should contain information about the
How to use the online help provided
Overview information of the system components.
My employer mentioned including system requirements and customer
specific information but I am not sure those types of information should
be included. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!