true or false questions 4

QUESTION 1

  • Planning can take more than a third of the total time spent on a writing project.

True

False

QUESTION 2

  • A technical writer should think about why and how the reader will use the document.

True

False

QUESTION 3

  • You cannot start writing until you can state the purpose (or purposes) of a document.

True

False

QUESTION 4

  • There are three main journalistic questions.

True

False

QUESTION 5

  • Once you have a good idea of what you already know about your topic, you must obtain the rest of the information you will need. You can find and evaluate what other people have already written by reading reference books, scholarly books, articles, websites, and reputable blogs and discussion boards.

True

False

QUESTION 6

  • Once you have a sense of what you want to say, you need to select an application (the type of document), a design, and a delivery method.

True

False

QUESTION 7

  • In addition to the time you will need to do a project, you need to think about expenses you might incur.

True

False

QUESTION 8

  • Existing templates are always good enough for drafting a technical document.

True

False

QUESTION 9

  • For technical documents, it is best to turn to two kinds of people for help; subject-matter experts (SMEs) and actual or prospective users.

True

False

QUESTION 10

  • Spell-checking and grammar-checking functions on any word-processing program like Microsoft Word will catch every mistake a writer will make.

True

False

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