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What specifically is a "computer manual?" Are you documenting hardware?
Which platform(s)? Are you documenting an OS? Are you documenting software?
I need more info.
>>>From: Tosha Shireen Burton [mailto:tsb7 -at- EMAIL -dot- BYU -dot- EDU]
>>>Subject: Writing Computer Manual?
>>>I am taking my first technical writing class and for the
>>>semester project I am
>>>doing a computer manual. Does anyone have any suggestions
>>>on the basics that
>>>should go into it or some books that would help me with this project?