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> I'll be graduating in a scant month with a BA English, but with little
> experience, unfortunately. While I've had experience with document
> preparation under UNIX (school papers, etc.), I don't have much knowledge
> of PC based applications. My education has concentrated heavily on technical
> writing, applied writing, and I have the same foundation that engineering
> students receive.
Get literate on a PC ASAP! and, get copies of some of the documents
you have written, especially short ones that you can submit as writing
samples along with your resume.
Keep up the good work.
--Dorsie Hathaway, Technical Writer INTERNET: Dorsieh -at- agora -dot- rain -dot- com
Dorsieh -at- xzact -dot- com
--Don't tell me to RTFM. I wrote TFM! AOL: DorsieH