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On Mon, Jan 2, 2012 at 2:42 PM, CJ Daly <cjdaly18 -at- hotmail -dot- com> wrote:
> I'm trying to explain to my boss that I'm do more than just write documentation.
What's the context for this? Are you writing a report or a business
case? Preparing a presentation?
> I take the interface that the programmer and the designer have created and I edit the on-screen language, button and field names and change placement of items on the screen. I also edit the text of the error messages to make them more helpful for the users.
Why not "show and tell" the before and after of what you do? Is the
"phrase" you're seeking for a job title or an org chart? Or is there a
bigger goal (e.g. justifying your position) to be accomplished.
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