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Application Technical Specification Template

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I need a generic layout or a template (MS Word preferred) to help define the precise technical specification and behaviour for a Windows95/98 application.

Whoever sends me a decent layout/template can have the points.

Rgds,

pcp
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The layout varies for each specific application. But there is "The Windows Interface Guidelines for Software Design".

http://www.microsoft.com/win32dev/uiguide/default.htm

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