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It's not about your command of language, your skill with a word processor,
or your ability to create PDFs and Help files in a single bound. It's all
about creating good, solid, factual content to help other people succeed.
Gene made an excellent point about the poster's manager. That person should
feel quite lucky to have someone like that sticking up for him/her (I can't
remember who posted originally, sorry).
I thought I had a profound point, but I guess I don't.
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