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edunn -at- transport -dot- bombardier -dot- com wrote:
> How's this for a project for a new writer looking for experience?
> Create a FAQ using the Techwr-L archives as a guide.
> This FAQ could then be posted when one of those oft repeated questions arises.
No. If it is any good, my guess is that the Rays would be happy to add
it to the site. Then we need not clutter up the list with postings of it.
Just mail people who ask such questions the URL, off-list.
Of course, the FAQ URL also goes in the "welcome to the list" boilerplate
> There must be dozens (if
> not hundreds) involving FrameMaker, Word, screen captures, independant
> contracting, etc.
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