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The Elements of Technical Writing

The Elements of Technical Writing
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Categories: Technical Writing

Author: Gary Blake, Robert W. Bly
Paperback: 192 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0020130857

This essential guidebook covers the fundamentals of writing for technical professions. The short, easy-to-use book outlines the major principles of technical writing and is filled with examples from real situations, as well as tips on writing reports and user manuals.

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