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Subject:Section Title From:John Posada <jposada01 -at- YAHOO -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 11 Jun 1999 08:04:01 -0700
Ok, People...the question of the day. :-)
I'm creating a manual for an application that will be
used by people; some of whom may have never seen a PC
and some who are MIS management level. Talk about
writing a document for a targeted audience.
Anyway...for those who have never seen a PC, I'm
including a section that includes instructions on the
Activating and Deactivating Windows
Opening and Closing Windows
Entering Data into [Application] Windows
Menu Bars (these are the text catagories
across the top of the window
(not done yet)
Frequently Assked Questions
Tips and Hints
You get the point.
My problem is: What the h*** do I call this mishmash
of instructional information?
Windows and [Application] Basics
How to Run [Application]
Working with [Application]
I'm not sure I like any of them.
Western Union International
(w) jposada -at- westernunion -dot- com
(p) john -at- tdandw -dot- com
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