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Subject:RE: I just got one of those resumes From:Hannah <to -dot- hannah -at- usa -dot- net> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:1 Feb 2002 10:13:22 EST
Not to nit-pick here, but he doesn't call himself a Word expert. He calls
himself a Microsoft Office expert. Perhaps he uses the entire Word suite
expertly, except Word because he uses an alternate tool for those jobs. What
other tools does he list? Do others on his tool list indicate a minimal need
If yes, perhaps you are jumping to conclusions. If no, perhaps you are dead
on. But we don't have the luxury of seeing the rest of his resume or
hannah Bissell (style user)
to -dot- hannah -at- usa -dot- net
Jean Hollis Weber <jean -at- jeanweber -dot- com> wrote:
> I think you've missed the point of Sharon's message: this applicant calls
> himself an "expert Word user" but doesn't use the tool as an expert would.
> What *is* she to think? That he's lying? That he thinks he's an expert but
> really hasn't a clue? That he's an expert in some parts of Word, but not in
> styles? Something else?>
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Sharon Burton-Hardin [mailto:sharon -at- anthrobytes -dot- com]
> >And his first tool listed in "Expert Level Microsoft Office".
> >I am sure he is a nice guy. Maybe a good or great writer. He lists 20
> >of experience.
> >What am I supposed to think?
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