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> >What industries are
> >represented on this list? It looks as though computer industry
> >writers are in the great majority, but what else do people do? I
> >know variants of this question have been asked before (e.g., how
> >many freelance, how many permanent, what kinds of tools are used,
As a freelance writer and consultant in how to write user friendly
manuals, my clients comes from the following major areas: EDP
(hardware/software), electronics (professional and consumer),
household appliances, and machinery (which can include many things,
e.g. office equipment, pumps, machine centres, cranes, cars, and
aeroplanes). Another area I have only touched briefly is chemicals
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