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...All of my previous -- and current -- fulltime tech writing positions have
been involved with producing either hardcopy manuals or pdf's for posting
online by another department of the company I worked for. Never was I able
to become involved with editing or generating online content, or even
designing a web page.
A few years ago, I tried Frontpage 2003 to produce a web page for my
function within a scientific organization to which I belong; I edit and
publish its quarterly jo...
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