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Published:May 7th, 2012 11:40 EST
Writing Tips: Document Creation Process

Writing Tips: Document Creation Process

By Keith Johnson

The SOP Writing Tips for Everyone 

About a month ago, I finished writing an e-book that cites and elaborates upon 365 writing tips to help everyone with his or her English composition skills. Writng is not easy - but with some determination and tools you can create a meaningful document that will express what it is you need to express. There are many different kinds of documents that you can write. You can write a research paper or essay. You can write a user guide or auto-biography. You can write a laboratory report or a thesis.  

What my e-book - 365 Amazing Writing Tips - does for you is show you the "writing" landscape and all the different things you must consider as you write. Personally, I believe that brainstorming and writing freely at the onset will help you to get things on paper. If you are only worried about rules and following them, then the creative process will be interrupted and you will not capture your thoughts effectively. So, just write what you can and then fix the grammar afterwards. That is my suggestion.

Here are three other major thoughts as you write.

1. Write in the Present Tense - by doing this you are showing the writer that you are living in the same moment and can share that moment.

2. Margins Help - when you format your document, use large margins because then you can write comments and others can add their thoughts to your documents.

3. Use a Pleasing Font - I like to use fonts like Calibri and Verdana to make the reading easier on the eyes of my readers. Some fonts are hard to read so avoid them if possible. 

The link given at the bottom of this article takes you directly to 365 Amazing Writing Tips. This e-book captures the essence of my twenty years of Tech Writing work experience in the field of Information Technology. You will see how essential grammar rules, action verbs, and technical writing insights all will help you with your document creation process.  


Keith Johnson
M.S. Education
Senior Technical Writer & Author

"365 Amazing Wriiting Tips"