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Subject:Re: Microsoft & Tech Writers From:Steve Arrants <stevea -at- CNET -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 23 Dec 1998 11:07:50 -0800
And your point? On the MAC, you're describing installing an external SCSI
drive. On a PC, your describing installing a hard drive internally, into a
completely different architecture.
CNET: The Computer Network
Documentation and Training
stevea -at- cnet -dot- com
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> This might help some of those who were wondering why/how Microsoft
> needs/generates tech writers.