Developed by senior editors and content managers at Microsoft Corporation.
The more disciplined the writer, the more consistent and better their output.
It may be that I'm misinformed: That the information about the MMOS V4 available here has simply failed to include any mention of its accompanying electronic version.
The Microsoft Manual of Style is an essential reference and style guide for anyone writing user documentation for software products.
The MSTP, as always, is comprehensive and authoritative. 5 on 5 for that.
The way it renders in the Kindle or the Kindle app is, at best, ghastly. Read more
The Microsoft Manual of Style is an essential reference and style guide for anyone writing user documentation for software products.Published 5 months ago by James W. Witkin
I returned the Kindle version I ordered.
This book is a reference book, but with the Kindle version you can only access the contents through:
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This is the gold standard for software documentation, online help, and other forms of software user assistance. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jennette L. Caden
I go to the Chicago for language questions, and this one for technical usage. Quite good, and probably the standard for technical publications, at least in the Seattle area.Published 7 months ago by A. Earle
NOTE: This review is for the physical print edition of this book. Other reviewers have noted problems with the Kindle edition--if you are seeing this review under the Kindle... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Winter
This guide provides clear, concise explanations of how and why to word things so they are understandable by readers. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Darrell McCarroll