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Subject:Re: SURVEY. From:Marti Parks <mparks -at- MSMAILHQ -dot- NETIMAGE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 26 Mar 1996 17:32:00 PST
Please do not post my name. Thanks.
To: Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L
Date: Tuesday, March 26, 1996 4:03PM
It seems that this group is now read by a good number of technical writers
from around the world and, being an ideal forum for useful surveys, I
wonder if you could spare a few moments of your time to help me arrive at
a reasonable answer to a nagging question; what type of application
program do technical writers use for their word processing? (Assuming, in
this case, that you don't produce graphic art or desktop publishing, etc -
The definition of "frequent use" means on a regular basis, ie if you used
Interleaf last year, don't use it now, but think that you'll be able to
use it again next year, your X should still be placed undo "NO".
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Please type an X under the "YES" or "NO" columns.
YES YES NO
(Advanced level) (Word processing only)