Handbook for Preparing Engineering Documents: From Concept to Completion
IEEE Press, 1996 - 372 pages
State-of-the-art in its simple, user-friendly presentation, this comprehensive handbook covers the entire process of preparing, producing, and distributing engineering documents using current computer software and the most recent technologies in information transfer. From developing concepts to effectively reaching an audience, Handbook for Preparing Engineering Documents provides everything the engineer needs to know for document preparation, production, and distribution in clear, user-friendly language. Extensive indexing and cross-referencing make it possible to find answers quickly.
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