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List seems a little slow today. Therefore, I have a question. As we write
documentation, we must have reviewers, right? And sometimes it seems like
everyone wants their hands in the pot. Therefore, who should review manuals?
I would assume:
- Quality Assurance
- Peers (if you have them or an editor)
Am I missing any?
Technical Publications Manager
MicroMass Communications Inc.
(919) 851-3182 Ext. 3105
kevin -dot- feeman -at- micromass -dot- com