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Delores Gardner signed herself:
>the lone tech writer for her company stuck on the program from hell with
>the customer from hell, and many of the customer don't understand the
>functionality of the application so they like to pick apart the wording of
>documents and the GUI and totally drive the contractor insane.
Standard harried reviewer behavior, unfortunately. If you don't understand
it, and you don't have time to learn about it just to review a doc, then
complain about the layout or the punctuation. Move the discussion from
YOUR area of incompetence to HERS. <heheh>
K -at- __________________Kat Nagel, MasterWork Consulting Services
Technical writing / Editing / Document design / Research
"Let horrid Jargon split the Air/And rive the Nerves asunder."
___William Billings, in The Singing Master's Assistant (1778)