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> In order to cover more aspects of the subject, and to convert the
> goals into practical daily routines, I will recommend you to take a
> look at my "User Friendly Manuals Website" at
>http://isa.dknet.dk/~prc, especially the "Tip of the Month" for
> December 1997 and the page about my book. Depending of your company's
> products and the kind of manuals you make, a number of the old tips
> may also be of interest to you, see the list of "Old tips".
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