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I don't write correspondance or proposals; however, I do work on style
guides, programmer's guides, templates, and other in-house documentation.
Most of these projects are done as a group effort with programmers or
other writers on my team. I also work on spreadsheets and forms that I
use for: tracking doc that I have out to programmers, tracking notes
that I need to get into the manuals, addressing questions that I have
about the software, and so on. I like the variety.