From: Dom Lachowicz (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 30 2003 - 22:20:29 EDT
This is some *great* work.
Would you mind putting the tutorial's contents inside
of a tar.gz or .zip file on some publicly available
website? I'd love to put this up on our website.
--- Bill K <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Bill Kaser, Courtney Linn, and I have spent the last
> 16 weeks in an
> Advanced Technical Writing course at the University
> of South
> Florida. One of our class projects was to create a
> task-oriented tutorial for AbiWord. We are one of
> three groups
> assigned to submit such a tutorial.
> Our cross-platform tutorial is valuable for those
> users who are not
> using proprietary software such as Microsoft Word.
> Not only does
> this tutorial teach users the features and functions
> of the program,
> but it also teaches them how to use these features
> and functions to
> create common documents.
> We replicated the AbiWord icons, menus, dialogs, and
> interface in
> order to assist the user to become familiar with the
> You'll notice we incorporated the AbiSource color
> scheme so that the
> tutorial appears to be a part of the AbiSource
> module. In order to
> make this tutorial more user-friendly, we provided
> some visual cues.
> For consistency, readability, coherence, and
> compatability we used
> Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). CSS also allows for
> other developers
> to make design changes easily. To demonstrate the
> flexibility of
> CSS, we are supplying two additional links that
> contain the same
> tutorial using alternate style sheets.
> Please consider the following tutorial for use as
> the official
> AbiWord tutorial:
> Thank you for your consideration.
> Bill Kaser
> Courtney Linn
> Tina Worth
> Alternate versions:
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