Re: Canvas Draw / Paint / DTP software

Subject: Re: Canvas Draw / Paint / DTP software
From: Charlene Hirschi <hirschi -at- DIGITALPLA -dot- NET>
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 1998 07:40:18 -0700

Here is my question. Is it productive to buy and learn new softwares for
this purpose (including on resume)? As a "just starting out" tech writer,
I can see that my computer experience (or lack thereof)is a real handicap.
But there are so many programs mentioned, how can anybody learn them all
just to put on the resume?
I'd really appreciate some help on this one.

Charlene Hirschi

At 09:57 PM 11/16/1998 +0900, you wrote:
>People periodically ask "Should I buy such-and-such software and
>learn it, to put it on my resume". Canvas 6 offers vector draw / bitmap
>paint (Photoshop-like) and PageMaker clone functions at a remark-
>able price (competitive upgrade for $199), and will import and export
>a wide variety of popular file formats. It also has a spellchecker!
>There are PC and Mac versions.
>(I'm a satisfied user of Canvas 3.5 & Canvas 5, and plan to upgrade).
>Other home e-mail adr. mailto:100207 -dot- 710 -at- compuserve -dot- com
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