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What about Word, after all?

Tweet [This is my first #techcomm blog post in about two years. That’s partly due to the fact that I no longer work in a conventional #techcomm job, but mainly because I’ve become a bit lazy in my old age!] … Continue reading

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“Getting your message across” survey results

Tweet At the beginning of February I ran a quick survey under the title “Getting your message across” in association with the UK launch of Adobe Technical Communication Suite 3. I’d like to summarise some of the results here.

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Don’t be normal!

Tweet Microsoft Word is a wonderful product, and I’m not joking at all. It’s easy to forget that not so long ago, back in the days of BW (“before Word”), creating documents for any purpose was a long and tiresome … Continue reading

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Farbey’s Law of Document Stability

Tweet The other day, I was making final revisions to a group of Microsoft Word documents that were needed for an imminent product release. I placed an updated version of a document on our document management system and sent a … Continue reading

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