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Subject:White Paper - "template" in word From:"Mary Choy" <mchoy -at- sirius -dot- com> To:"'techwr-l'" <TECHWR-L -at- LISTS -dot- RAYCOMM -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 8 Nov 1999 07:46:17 -0800
I have a client that has several engineers and marketing folks. Both groups
together write many technical white papers in Word.
They'd like me to create a "template" that will make their future
writing-of-white-papers easier (that is, have cleaner, consistent results
even though from many different authors), and that will save cleanly to HTML
for easy publishing on the web.
Does anyone recommend a standard format/look/feel for white papers?
Mary Choy, Technical Writer
mchoy -at- sirius -dot- com
phone 415.876.4418, cell 415.613.0578