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I have some discussions, tutorials, books, links and other resources for technical writers. Especially check out the links section.
While it's important to know the tools technical writers use, it's more important to know how to communicate information clearly. There are a lot of technical writing books that can teach you this. Check out Amazon or go to your local bookstore. You should definitely stop by a used bookstore first or the library. :) Saving money is always an important issue. You should also familiarize yourself with the technologies you will be writing about. Again, check out the Web or buy some books. :)
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