Talk out "padding" ?! This guy will talk you to death. Really, even 1 page is too much to explain the margin requirements.
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How to Make Patent Drawings, ought to be retitled How to Master Patent Drawings. I couldn't imagine any more information they could have provided to make this book any clearer on... Read morePublished 11 months ago by jsaikin
This book will help me with perfecting the table napkin drawings that are accumulating in my overstuffed chest of drawers.Published 11 months ago by Gilbert E. Valenzuela
Have only had time to skim this book in the collection. Impressive drawings. I believe I can adapt these techniques, one day.Published 11 months ago by Nana B Mc.
I was looking for help with Flowcharts and other diagrams for software patents and this book had very little information on that topic.Published 17 months ago by Bavetta
The main NOLO book ("Patent It Yourself") has all the information you need in terms of compliance with Patent Office regulations. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good book. Since it costs a lot to do a patent and it takes so long and there's no guarantee you'll get one and then someone can take it away from you, I wouldn't recommend anyone... Read morePublished 20 months ago by westtextures
Calling all inventors who want to apply for their own patents... Calling all people who sell random services on eBay (you know who you are, people who get an Ancestry. Read morePublished on March 15, 2012 by B. McCarthy