Technical Editing: The Practical Guide For Editors And Writers (Hewlett-Packard Press) Paperback – 21 Jul 1992
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About the Author
Judith A. Tarutz, a former Senior Technical Editor at Hewlett-Packard, is a co-founder of Ibis Communications Inc. in Lynnfield, MA. She also teaches a graduate-level course in software technical editing.
Top customer reviews
This book is NOT a guide to marking up manuscripts, nor is it a style and usage manual. It IS an excellent guide to the profession of technical editing.
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Though the book emphasizes editing of computer documentation, it applies very well to other types of technical writing (engineering, biology, medicine), whether for instruction manuals or marketing materials, and many of the practices can be applied to editing almost any type of content.
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