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Subject:Re: Titles vs. Duties From:Don Smith <dsmith -at- ACCESSBEYOND -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 17 Jan 1997 14:09:18 EST
Another difference, Kristine, is that writers usually (in high tech
industries at least) considerably more money. Also, in all of the
organizations that tech writer friends and I work, non even use an
"editor" anymore. All writers edit their own stuff.
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Subject: Re: Titles vs. Duties
Author: "Kristine J. Olberg" <kjolberg -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM> at INTERNET
Date: 1/16/97 10:36 AM
> For that matter, what's the difference between a Technical Writer and a
> Technical Editor?
A technical writer writes technical material while a technical editor edits