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Old 08-15-2015, 07:56 AM   #4
Steve Rindsberg
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>> It is not simple to create, i.e. write, while you are simultaneously trying to figure out how to do this or that.

True that.

And if you're working with a publisher that works to a specific formula for a book series (Que's computer books, for example) it makes good sense and saves much frustration to start with an outline; the various outline levels can then be assigned the publisher's heading styles as you pour text into them.

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