Adding Style to Documents



Having something to say and “putting pen to paper” (so to speak) are only part of the battle. Certainly, if you have something to say, you need to have text on a document and it needs to be somewhat coherent text at that. But there is another item you should consider when authoring a document...your audience. Your audience does not have the benefit of all the information bouncing around in your cabeza. They don’t know how you arrived at your main points, so they are not able to infer your meaning. They need your help in order to understand your document.


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These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.


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© Ty Anderson and Guy Hart-Davis 2010

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