This is a primer on the key elements of the art of electrical and electronics technical writing, and the most common mistakes that are made with unit symbols, abbreviations, acronyms, spelling, and hyphenation. It includes the definition of actualcase, and explores developing an understanding of actualcase style and the philosophy of clarity and no ambiguity in your technical writing. It helps with developing an awareness of how standards influence style and help with communication.
It goes through several serious examples of why writing it right is so important in this field; and into why some think learning electrical terminology as part of the art is boring, and encourages some excitement. It sets extremely high goals to better the odds of achieving very close to those high goals in practice, and also includes a short chapter on tips to help ensure getting a 4.0 in class. The bibliography provides a recommended list of critical resources to have for a solid reference foundation at your fingertips. Recommended for any electrical engineering student or electrical engineer, electrician or apprentice, lineman, solar-wind designer-installer, technician, copywriters and copy editors or anyone needing to add anything electrical to their writing or documentation.