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As a new college graduate I see writing shareware documentation at a reduced
pay as valuable because I need writing experience with software. True,
for experienced technical writers $15-$30 may a step-down but as someone else
mentioned, for those of us lacking in software documentation experience and
funds to put food on the table shareware documentation sounds like a great
I missed the start of the shareware discussion. Could someone please send me
info on how to find these particular positions. Thank you.