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An explanation of how to gather, dissect and understand technical information and how to organize and present it for the reader.
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'...any technical communicator can benefit from the insights provided in this book...the author has done a commendable job of compiling a useful guide that touches all the bases.' - Technical Communicator
'This book provides a set of very useful guidelines for less experienced technical writers, although the most experienced will also benefit...the book is well written, using gender-neutral language, and includes invaluable examples and professional tips to illustrate Haramundanis' approach to creating technical documents of high quality. As a reader and user of innumerable technical documents and manuals in the computer and engineering industry, I wish some of these writers had read this book and followed Haramundanis' approach to technical writing.' - IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, Vol.41
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Book Description Digital Press, 1991. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1555580807
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