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Re: Any ideas for a presentation on the documentation process?
Subject:Re: Any ideas for a presentation on the documentation process? From:"Russ & Evelyn Griechen" <russgri -at- netbci -dot- com> To:"Jo Baer" <jbaer -at- mailbox1 -dot- tcfbank -dot- com>, "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Sat, 23 Oct 1999 08:09:59 -0500
I suppose that after several participants are at 50 percent....change the
method of tying to:
laces must enter the eyelet from the top.
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From: Jo Baer <jbaer -at- mailbox1 -dot- tcfbank -dot- com>
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Subject: Re: Any ideas for a presentation on the documentation process?
> One of my high school English teachers gave the class a similar
> assignment, but the topic was tying a shoe. Believe it or not, one of
> the main problems documenting this process was terminology. What are
> those things on the ends of your shoelaces? (Aglets, if you really want
> to know.) As John suggested, while one person read the shoe-tying
> procedures, another person attempted to tie the shoe according to