Forgetting About Documents with Structured Writing – CIDM

Writing structured documentation requires a major shift in thinking which can be difficult for experienced writers. It requires that they abandon entirely the concept of a book and start thinking about units of information as topics and writing in small units. This article explains the kinds of issues you might encounter along the way to adopting structured writing and DITA, and provides steps for mitigating these.

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