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Forms for people : designing forms that people can use (edition 2005)

by Robert Barnett

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Title:Forms for people : designing forms that people can use
Authors:Robert Barnett
Info:Belconnen, A.C.T. : Robert Barnett and Associates, c2005.
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Forms for People: Designing Forms That People Can Use by Robert Barnett

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Robert Barnett has had almost thirty years experience in information management. He has an extensive background in many areas of records management and is an acknowledged authority on form design, forms management, procedure writing and integration of computer systems into the practical business environment.

Well known in Australia, Canada and the United States as a writer, lecturer and consultant, his books include: Forms for People, The Form Designer’s Quick Reference Guide, Micrographics and Office Efficiency, and Practical Playscript: writing procedure manuals that people can use.
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