This issue contains reviews of Writing Effective Policies and Procedures: A Step-by-step Resource for Clear Communication by Nancy J. Campbell; The Art of Technical Documentation by Katherine Haramundanis; Microsoft Manual of Style for Technical Publications by Microsoft Corporation; American Medical Association Style Guide by Maureen Barlow Pugh, ed.; Publishing Your Medical Research Paper: What They Don't Teach You in Medical School by Daniel W. Byrne; Creative HTML Design by Lynda Weinman and William E. Weinman; The XML & SGML Cookbook: Recipes of Printing Types by Geoffrey Dowding; Scientific Papers and Presentations by Martha Davis; The Peer-Reviewed Journal: A Comprehensive Guide thorough the Editorial Process by Gary Michael Smith.
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Document Type: Book Review
Publication date: February 1, 1999
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