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Creating a Technical Spec document

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I need to qickly put together a Technical Spec document for a small project at work, and need a sample format I can use. It's not going to be very technical at this point.

Please provide me with a sample Word 2007 document I could use, mainly for logical and styling formatting.

Thanks.


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