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Hart, G.J. 2003. Successful online presence: relevance (part four of four).

Hart, G.J.S. 2003. Redesigning to make better use of screen real estate. Pages 337–350 in M.J. Albers and B. Mazur, editors. Content and complexity: information design in technical communication. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ. 368 p.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Keyboard shortcuts and other tricks. ["Effective onscreen editing" column] Intercom January:38–39.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Editing tests for writers. Intercom April:12–15.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Internet resources for editors. ["Effective onscreen editing" column] Intercom April:38–39.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Editing Web pages. ["Effective onscreen editing" column] Intercom June:38–39.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Taking advantage of "automatic text" features. ["Effective onscreen editing" column] Intercom September/October:36–37.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Writing to the beat of a different drummer. Intercom September/October:44.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Practical tips for improving Web site and intranet usability. Intercom December:15–17.

Hart, G. 2003. Technical communication in China: a personal perspective.

Hart, G. 2003. Streamlining an interface using information design principles. p. 378–381 in: Proceedings, STC 50th Annual Conference, 18–21 May 2003, Dallas, Texas. Soc. Tech. Comm., Arlington, VA. 509 p.

Hart, G. 2003. Overcoming objections to onscreen editing. p. 472–475 in: Proceedings, STC 50th Annual Conference, 18–21 May 2003, Dallas, Texas. Soc. Tech. Comm., Arlington, VA. 509 p.

Hart, G.J. 2003. The style guide is "dead": long live the dynamic style guide!

Hart, G.J. 2003. "Prescriptive" audience analysis: moving beyond the purely descriptive.

Hart, G. 2003. Dealing with difficult employees in the technical communication workplace. Lines & Letters Newsletter of the Northeast Ohio Chapter. 19(4).

Hart, G.J. 2003. Editorial: Science can be a messy and dangerous business. the Exchange 10(1):2, 7.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Science SIG at the annual conference. the Exchange 10(1):5.

Hart, G.J. 2003. A mission statement for our SIG. the Exchange 10(1):2, 7.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Editorial: The Times (and Helvetica) they are a'changing. the Exchange 10(2):2,4.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Style guidelines for submitting journal manuscripts. the Exchange 10(2):6.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Science sometimes has unintended consequences. the Exchange 10(2):6,7.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Editorial: Creativity and the scientific method. the Exchange 10(3):2,4.

Hart, G.J. 2003. President's message, September 2003. Connections, the newsletter of STC Montreal 20(1):1, 6.

Hart, G.J. 2003. Editorial: How you say it defines how you think about it. the Exchange 10(4):2, 6.

Hart, G.J. 2003. October is the cruelest month. the Exchange 10(4):5.

Hart, G. 2003. Palm-based word processor handy but pricey hybrid tool. The Computer Paper (Eastern Edition), April:32.

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