You Can Write Better Technical Reports
This paper is reprinted by permission of the copyright owners with the fond hope that the literary quality of manuscripts submitted to the Editor will be improved. It has probably been read by more engineers than any other article on technical writing published in 1955. Apart from its usefulness to our contributors, we expect that its interest will extend to all our members who must cope with the sometimes disagreeable task of writing reports and papers. The text reprinted here is a portion of a more extended series which has been published in booklet form by C.E.C.
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