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> Also, you must consider your needs before you consider the tools.
> There are tons of excellent tools out there, and none are really
> better in and of themselves than others. The real meat of the
> issue is what do you need to create, in support of what type of
> application(s), using what kind of source, in what kind of
Bill...I agree with you. However, for the exception that proves the
rule, one of my EMC sistem companies in Santa Clara, has a
requisition out for a tools support person; a technical writer who's
primary job is not to write stuff, but to support the other writers
with their tech writer tools.
I know you saw the position advertised on HATT, but just so others on
this list know that nothing is black and white.
Senior Technical Writer
"I think the problem, to be quite honest with you, is that you've never actually known what the question is."
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