Technical Writing: Process and Product

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 477 pages
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Explaining the entire writing process - pre-witing, writing and re-writing - this text shows readers how to create professional letters, memos, reports, proposals, instructions, user manuals, and other written communications.

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Its an awesome book which i am teaching to my students for the last many years. I myself have learned a lot from it and still learning.

Contents

PRODUCING THE PRODUCT
10
AUDIENCE RECOGNITION AND INVOLVEMENT
60
DOCUMENT DESIGN
93
GRAPHICS
111
LETTERS
132
MEMOS
177
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION
200
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
219
RESEARCH
283
THE SUMMARY
304
SHORT REPORTS
316
LONG REPORTS AND PROPOSALS
357
ORAL PRESENTATIONS
390
THE JOB SEARCH
407
GRAMMAR PUNCTUATION MECHANICS AND SPELLING
428
REFERENCES
465

INSTRUCTIONS AND USERS MANUALS
239
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About the author (1997)

Gerson, DeVry Institute of Technology.

Gerson, Johnson County Community College.

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