Monday, October 22, 2007

Microsoft Word for Medical and Technical Writers

I met one of the authors of this book at the AMWA conference a few days ago. Instead of a simple Word tutorial, the book "summarizes the authors' extensive experience with using Word to create regulatory documents, books on information processing, scientific manuscripts, and other long and complex documents."

I think it is worth looking into it. To see the full table of contents and get more information, click here.

3 comments:

Alexis said...

At work with word files I usually use-restore docx.Because this tool is quite reliable and has free status as is known.Moreover it helped me twice in serious situations and tool can work with damaged text documents with rtf, dotx, dot, docx and doc extensions.

Alexis said...

At work with word files I usually use different program.But once some my important files were deleted no one knows how!And I entered in google and found there-how to repair corrupt word document,tool was free as far as I remember and solved these issuse in a minute.

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