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To: Anyone willing to assist a future tech writer
Deadline: November 3, 1997 (at your soonest convenience would be
I am an undergraduate English major with an assignment to write an
informative report on technical writers. The purpose is to examine what kind
of writing is done in the field and how often. As part of the report, a
survey is required.
I have prepared a short questionnaire that will provide information necessary
for the report. I realize that the field is broad, so I am expecting a wide
range of responses.
Thanks in advance to all those who are able to reply. Please reply directly
to my personal address at: macengent -at- aol -dot- com