Last night, my family and I went to the midnight party of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” at The Lion and the Unicorn book shop in Richmond upon Thames, Surrey. This children’s book shop is located in a narrow paved alley, so the queue of 100-odd people dressed up as wizards conjured up an… Read more »
Category: Technical Writing
We’ve written a new article on nine little known secrets about creating great user information. Please read our article to find out more.
We’ve written a new article on the six biggest mistakes Project Managers make with documentation and how to avoid them. They are: 1. They don’t communicate their central message and their desired outcome.2. They are inconsistent or unclear in what they want to say.3. They don’t use the best style of language. 4. They leave… Read more »
Martin Lewis, the money saving expert, has just mentioned Microsoft offers a free tool for opening Word 2007 documents in Word 2003. If your computer is using Microsoft Office 2003, XP or 2000 programs, download the Compatibility Pack from Microsoft. You may need to install software updates before the compatibility pack. See the compatibility pack… Read more »
Ray Duncan from AuthorIT was in town this week, and I had an excellent chat with him yesterday afternoon. It was a great opportunity to throw out some suggestions for their product, and to get an update on what’s due out in the near future. AuthorIT Live!, which is due out very soon, sounds really… Read more »