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michqaelangelo jenkins wrote:
> Another issue that us rookie tech-writers have faced is gaining access to
> these "exotic" tools which are
> used to sift candidates out during the application process. Framemaker was the
> thorn in my side that
> managed to constantly elude me, whether in research efforts, or actually
> landing an assignment where it
> was widely used (enough to actually pick it up). I have since rectified this
> situation, but now find
> myself trying to form a relationship with ROBOHELP. It is not in place at my
> current assignment and I was
> wondering what would be the best 1st step, beyond the laborious obvious, in
> tackling this issue.
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