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How can there be two so divergent views about this application? Some say
you can't call yourself a TW without living in Frame, and others, from
students to already employed TWs, either haven't heard of it before or
don't personally know anyone who uses it.
A lack of training availability, a lack of requirements for Frame
proficiency for jobs, and a lack information, have all been addressed by
list readers. If Frame is _it_ for technical writing, how could these
Perhaps it's a regional thing? Are there more people using Frame in,
say, California than there are in say the midwest or Canada?
Where are you? Do you and your colleagues use Frame as the main tool?