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example of good documentation for listing system customizations

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Hello, I'm about to start a project that will require me to form documentation for all the custom functionality that has been placed on this system. This will require me to review both front end and backend customization. Does anyone have a example of a document that I can reference that shows how this needs to documented correctly.
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Here is a really good example on this site:

https://isc.sans.edu/diary/What's+in+Your+Change+Control+Form%3F/14563

It walks you through the form itself and gives some valuable insight about the various types of changes.
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