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We've updated the TECHWR-L Poll with a new question:
What is the minimum level of product knowledge
a tech writer needs to write end-user documentation?
* Basic knowledge of functionality and interface
* Option 1 (above) plus industry knowledge
* Advanced knowledge of the product (power user)
* Option 3 (above) plus industry knowledge
* Engineer-level knowledge of the product
* Option 5 (above) plus industry knowledge
* Other/none of the above
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