Editing Content for User Assistance

This 45-minute presentation was given at the 2012 WritersUA Conference for Software User Assistance, in the User Assistance 101 special presentations on the Sunday afternoon. The 2012 conference was held in March in Memphis, Tennessee.

Editing from Rhonda Bracey

Official description from the 2012 WritersUA conference website:

"Using real world examples, Rhonda will demonstrate the importance of editing your writing (and/or that of others). In this introductory session, she will discuss the role of the editor, the types of editing undertaken in the user assistance context, some of the tasks involved, and the value of using checklists and style sheets. She will also discuss some tools that can help you automate some editing tasks."

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