Siechert & Wood Professional Documentation has been providing quality documentation for PC products since 1982. Over the years we have become known for quality, service, and timely delivery.
We write manuals about hardware and software products—how to use them and how to benefit from them. We provide well written text, supported by suitable graphics, that is appropriate for your target market.
We package booksfor major publishers. Our mix of editorial and technical skills allows us to produce well edited, technically correct books within tight schedules.
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Windows XP Inside Out
Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out is available! Along with coauthors Ed Bott and Craig Stinson, we've written a book that's intended to elevate experienced users of any earlier version of Windows into power users of Microsoft's new operating system for home and business. At nearly 1300 pages, this hefty tome packs lots of tips and inside information for making Windows XP hum. Windows XP is undoubtedly Microsoft's best operating system yet; it's definitely worth a look—and so is the book!
Our Latest Venture
Chris's machine shop hobby is starting to turn into a real business! Who knew there were so many people out there clamoring for parts and accessories for mini lathes and mini mills? Our newest sideline, LittleMachineShop.com, now occupies a large office in our suite--and much of Chris's and Cheryl's time. Check it out!
Windows XP Web Chat
Ed Bott and Carl Siechert, coauthors of Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, recently hosted a Web chat on TechNet about Windows XP. If you missed it, you can read the transcript, in which you'll discover that Carl didn't really attend either! Fortunately, a telephone conference and instant messaging session set up as contingency plans kept us all communicating, although it was a strange way to conduct a high-tech chat. Ain't technology great?!
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