software for a newbie

Subject: software for a newbie
From: Ryan Bangerter <bangertr -at- SCRATCHY -dot- ITSNET -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 3 Mar 1997 14:38:42 -0700

I suppose, I'm really not a newbie, but a wantabe tech writer. Story is I am a MA student in English, wishing my program offered technical writing as an emphasis. Until then, I try to learn all I can about what's new in the field. I'm wondering what type of software I should learn to really compete in the technical writing job search. What are employers looking for in entry-level technical writers?

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