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Unit VIII Mini Project 1. Make your second Unit VIII section your eighth (final) level 1

Unit VIII Mini Project 1. Make your second Unit VIII section your eighth (final) level 1

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Unit VIII Mini Project
1. Make your second Unit VIII section your eighth (final) level 1 heading titled “Process Flow Diagram.” Map out the entire process by developing a drawing of the process. You might consider reviewing the drawings located within Appendix G and Appendix J in the TCEQ (2011) document and Figure 10.12 on page 381 of your textbook as good examples of clear and understandable process drawings to help you construct your own Process Flow Diagram.
2. Be sure that your Abstract and References pages are updated before you submit your final project for a grade.
NOTE: Please compile (Units II-VIII) and submit your entire project as one document. Include an article reference from the CSU Online Library within your final project submission that is tied to the course project. The Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Reference Center online database is a good online database for this course project.


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