Do you have a pressing need to know about technical writing but don't know whom to ask or where to look? The Technical Writer's and Editor's Handbook provides a quick and easy way to answer your questions. Author Tom Wetzel draws from actual experiences of a successful technical writing career to explain the differences in various technical writing professions and the practical tools of the working technical writer's trade and their applications. Short, quickly digestible, and illustrated chapters support the development of technical proposals, training literature, magazine articles, technical advertisements, and press releases, as well as technical manuals and users' guides among other technical documentation. A practical day-to-day working tool, this guide and reference is an essential for the personal library of all practicing technical writers and other technical professionals including: a centsLogisticians a centsTechnicians a centsEngineers a centsManagers a centsStudentsq... computer system, the reader/user will also need to know what type of operating system software is installed, as well ... As shown in Figure 12a4 and 12a5, the desktop-mounted computer system has eight power and eight signal connections . ... This is usually implemented by a block diagram sup- plied in the engineering drawing package. ... As shown in Figure 12a4, power from the 110-volt AC wall outlet is connected to an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) by the cable labeled byanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Technical Writer's and Editor's Handbook|
|Author||:||Thomas D. Wetzel|
|Publisher||:||Tate Publishing - 2010|