|Re: [WP 34S] Final documentation check|
Message #12 Posted by Andrew Davie on 4 July 2012, 5:08 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Walter B
pp.9, "Once you got used to it you will most probably never employ a calculator featuring = again."
"Once you get used to it you will most probably never choose to use a calculator featuring = again."
"Part 2 of said manual will help you when you are heading for programming your WP 34S for quick and easy handling of repeated or iterative computations. Further documentation, also about other calculators mentioned in the following, will add valuable information – it is all readily accessible on a single DVD from said source."
"Part two of that manual will help you when you are programming your WP 34S and for quick and easy information on repeated and iterative computations. Further documentation, also including information about other calculators mentioned in this guide, is available on the DVD mentioned above."
pp.9, "... supplement presenting you all the new features. "
"supplement explaining all the new features."
pp.9, "nor a hypothetical"
"nor is it a hypothetical"
pp.9, "The following text starts presenting"
"The following text starts with presenting"
pp.9, "It continues demonstrating"
"It continues by demonstrating"
pp.9, "Then the major part of this booklet is taken by an index
of all operations featured and how to access them, as well as lists of all catalog contents provided."
"The major part of this guide contains an index of all available operations and how to access them, as well as lists of all catalog contents."
pp.10, "To conserve battery energy, your WP 34S shuts down some five minutes after you stopped using it – when you turn it on again, you can resume your work right where you left off."
there's a tense problem here "stopped/shuts down" replace:
"To conserve battery energy, your WP 34S shuts down approximately 5 minutes after you stop using it - when you turn it on again, you can resume your work right where you left off."
i.e, say "it shuts down after you stop" or "it shut down after you stopped". But not "it shuts down after you stopped." one is past tense and the other is present.
pp.10, "are printed below of them on the key plate."
replace: "are printed below them on the key plate."
although "key plate" is an obscure term. I'd say "on the main body of the calculator". But anyway,just fixing "below of them" to "below them" will be OK.
Edited: 4 July 2012, 10:02 a.m.