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Subject:Re: Job descriptions From:Len Olszewski <saslpo -at- UNX -dot- SAS -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 4 Jun 1996 19:04:22 GMT
In article <199606041854 -dot- OAA14088 -at- a -dot- kwic -dot- com>, Jerolynn Cochrane
<cochrane -at- RDSDATA -dot- COM> writes:
|> I'm working on an internal job description and resume and am looking for a
|> succinct description of how one creates the structure, logic and
|> connectivity of online help files. "Technical writing" does not encompass
|> this. Any ideas?
We refer to this sort of skill set as online document architecture
design, or words to that effect. Hope this helps.
Len Olszewski My opinions; you go get your own.
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