This book cannot be returned.
Sooner or later many technical professionals need to write-or contribute to-documents, such as requirements specifications, user manuals, and standards documents.
A major contribution to the success of any project is the quality of the documentation.
This book will assist anyone who wants to communicate more effectively when writing in the English language, in the US, the UK, the EU, or the British Commonwealth.
It discusses what makes written communication effective, and-more to the point-what makes it ineffective. It contains practical advice for the technical writer, covering choice of words, arrangement into sentences, document organization, and layout. It contains numerous examples of both well-formed and poorly-formed statements.