OT: Dan, Tech Pubs managers, SNAGIT, etc.

Subject: OT: Dan, Tech Pubs managers, SNAGIT, etc.
From: "McCarney, James Alexander" <James -dot- Alexander -dot- McCarney -at- Cognicase -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 13:10:03 -0500


Dan is obviously being overlooked. His apparent obsessive-compulsive
tendencies would make him perfect for upper management. What's going on?
Obviously, this manager should get Dan full-time on the screen-grabbing
detail. I predict big things for Dan... How about e-Director (Interim) of
Technical Documentation, Snagit group.

Dan, head of the e-DIOTS! ;-)

"""
STORY: SnagIt has the solution

The new technical documentation manager felt a little bit of relief as
Dan, the seasoned technical writer, walked into his cubicle.

"Dan, I need to do over 700 screen captures for a manual for some
complex software."

Dan nodded solemnly.

"Is there capture software that automatically numbers the files when you
save an image? That could save me a considerable amount of time."
"""


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