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Well, when I got my copy the 2nd edition wasn't yet available so I had to
hunt for a 1st edition. I apologize for not mentioning Alan as the
co-author. mea culpa.
From: Bill Burns [mailto:bburns -at- qds-solutions -dot- com]
Sent: Friday, August 01, 2003 2:22 PM
Subject: RE: Indexing style refs
>One of the better write-ups I have seen on lately Indexing is in Sarah
>O'Keefe's 'Technical Writing 101: A Real-World Guide to Planning and
>Technical Documentation, ISBN 0-9704733-0-3". If you can find a copy (it is
>out of print but I got my copy from Amazon's second-hand section) it has a
>pretty good discussion on Indexing (Chapter 10).
I no longer benefit from my association with this book or with Scriptorium
(other than Sarah and Co's continuing goodwill), but a second edition has
just been released. And to be fair, Alan Pringle (Scriptorium Press's
Directing Editor) coauthored the book as well. Take a look at http://www.scriptorium.com/books/techwrite101.html for more information.
Documentation Supervisor/MS Help MVP
Quality Design Systems
bburns -at- qds-solutions -dot- com