Writing Software Documentation: A Task-oriented Approach

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Allyn and Bacon, 1998 - Computers - 484 pages
Part of the new Allyn & Bacon series in technical communication, Writing Software Documentation features a step-by-step strategy to writing and describing procedures. This task-oriented book is designed to support both college students taking a course and professionals working in the field. Teaching apparatus includes complete programs for students to work on and a full set of project tracking forms, as well as a broad range of examples including Windows-style pages and screens and award-winning examples from STC competitions.

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