The Digital Style Guide
Digital Press, 1993 - Performing Arts - 349 pages
kavanaghmorse The Digital Style Guide is the official guide used by Digital and its third party partners to achieve consistency in text and on-line use information - and is the first such guide to deal with the special issues that arise in the creation of hardware and software computer documentation. It is especially useful for application developers and their support staffs - especially project managers, engineers, writers and editors responsible for the preparation of technical user information for products that will be used in Digital environments for Digital-supported multivendor environments.
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Organizing Your Information
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abbreviations and acronyms access control list adjective compounds alphabetizing ancillary control process angle brackets appendix Avoid chapter and section chapter-oriented paging character column comma continued control block conventions cross-references cursor dashes database DATATRIEVE DECforms DECwindows products DECwindows programming documentation dialog box Digital Equipment Corporation DIGITAL logo disk displays ellipsis points entry figure file specification following guidelines footnotes format glossary graphic hyphenate prefix I/O request packet icon indicate initial capital letters interface italic type keyboard keypad labeled lowercase letters manual menu modifiers mouse button multiplatform documentation noun OpenVMS option order numbers parentheses phrase placement platforms plural pointer pointing device procedure process control block quotation marks random-access memory screen section titles sentence service marks singular Spell suffix symbol syntax table of contents technical documentation Term Comments terminal topic trademark translation ULTRIX units of measurement uppercase letters verb window word