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succeed in technical writing, you need a lot more than just writing
Technical Writing 101: A Real-World Guide to Planning and Writing Technical Content details
the skills you need as a technical writer to create both printed and
online content. This valuable reference describes the entire
development process—planning, writing, visual design, editing,
indexing, and production. You also get tips on how to write
information that is more easily translated into other languages.
You'll learn about the importance of
following templates and about how structured authoring environments
based on Extensible Markup Language (XML) streamline the content
This updated third edition features new
information on the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA)
standard for structured authoring, and it explains the impact of Web
2.0 technologies—blogs, wikis, and forums—on technical
Technical Writing 101 won an award of excellence in the 2009–2010 technical publications competition sponsored by the Carolina chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC).
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