Books on document management

Subject: Books on document management
From: Paul Strasser <paul -dot- strasser -at- WINDSOR-TECH -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 1999 13:44:22 -0600

Our company has grown to the point where more than one person (probably 3-5)
will be working on software documentation. Although one person (moi) is
still the primary writer, several others will track and update minor
changes, grammar and spelling, and apply our brand, shiny-new official
styles to the results.

After discussing basic methodology of tracking changes and responsibilities
with our office manager, it occurred to me that others might have
encountered this challenge and actually written about it.

Is "Managing Your Documentation Projects" by Joann T. Hackos a good place to
start?

Are there any other titles that you might recommend?

Paul Strasser
Windsor Technologies
Louisville, CO


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