December 21, 2014

Homework Help: computer science

Posted by bob on Tuesday, July 22, 2008 at 11:42am.

Final Project Overview and Timeline

Final Project Overview

The final project in COM 135 involves the creation of portions of a user manual for a product of your choice. This manual should contain the following elements:

• The manual must be a Microsoft® Word document that is 7 to 8 pages in length.

• The following sections are required: cover page, table of contents, introduction, and step-by-step instructions for using the product.

• You must choose three of the following sections for your manual: hazard alerts, definitions of terminology, technical descriptions, parts diagrams, warranties, accessories, frequently asked questions, and corporate contact information.

• Although you may conduct research on sample user manuals, the content of your user manual must be original. Use APA formatting to document any sources you use. (Note: Using screenshots for the manual is a violation of copyright law; clip art or original drawings are allowed.)

• The writing should be clear, accurate, concise, coherent, and appropriate for the audience.

• The manual should be visually appealing and demonstrate effective document layout and design.

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