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Subject:Re: Technical Editing From:Karen Field <KarenF -at- TRITECH -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 25 May 1999 12:25:51 -0700
J. Tarutz didn't write __BUGS in Writing__. (I think the book you're
referring to is BUGS in Writing, not BUGS in Technical Writing). It was by
someone else. (My copy is also at home.) J. Tarutz did write a book titled
__Techincal Editing__, and C. Rude wrote a different book with the same
Technical Writer, Editor, and Indexer
>>>>Judith Tarutz wrote "BUGS in Technical Writing," (I think; it's
and I agree, it is excellent; if your friend doesn't have this on
book shelf, she should. Actually, if you're reading this list, you
own this book. ;-)<<<