|Product Name||Technical Editing (5th Edition) (The Allyn & Bacon Seriesin Technical Communication)|
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|Height||9.1 inches (convert)|
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|Author||Carolyn D. Rude, Angela Eaton|
|Long Description||This market-leading text, which reflects recent changes in technology, workplace practices and the global marketplace, progresses from concepts and basic copyediting to comprehensive editing, management and production issues. The addition of Angela Eaton of Texas Tech University brings a fresh tone to her updates of content and pedagogy while retaining the authoritative voice of Carolyn Rude. Some of the text's changes include an update ot Chapter 6, "Electronic Editing," and examples about editing Web sites are found throughout the text to support the increased role of online resources in every aspect of communication.|
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