Table of contents for Technical writing for dummies / by Sheryl Lindsell-Roberts.


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Introduction.
PART I: What It Takes to Write Technical Documentation.
Chapter 1: Accelerating Your Career the "ite"ay.
Chapter 2: The Person to Whom You're Speaking.
PART II: The Write Stuff.
Chapter 3: Creating a Team and a Plan.
Chapter 4: Don't Be a Draft Dodger.
Chapter 5: Visualize This!
Chapter 6: Going In for a Tone Up.
Chapter 7: Dotting the Eyes and Crossing the Tees.
PART III: Types of Technical Documents.
Chapter 8: The Ultimate User Manual.
Chapter 9: Writing in the Abstract.
Chapter 10: Writing Spec Sheets.
Chapter 11: How Am I Doing? That Is the Question(naire).
Chapter 12: I Came, I Spoke, I Conquered.
Chapter 13: Executive Sum-Upmanship.
PART IV: Computers and More.
Chapter 14: Doing_Research_Online.com.
Chapter 15: Sights and Sounds.
Chapter 16: Computer-Based Training (CBT).
Chapter 17: Web-Based Training: CBT on Steroids.
Chapter 18: Creating Online Help.
PART V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 19: Ten Ways to Make Your Technical Documents Shout "ad Me!"

Chapter 20: Ten Tips for Publishing in a Technical Journal.
Chapter 21: Ten Things to Know about Filing a Patent.
Chapter 22: Ten Tips for Writing a Grant Proposal.
Appendix A: Punctuation Made Easy.
Appendix B: Grammar's Not Grueling.
Appendix C: Abbreviations and Metric Equivalents.
Appendix D: Technical Jabberwocky.
Index.
Book Registration Information.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Technical writing