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Technical writing is not limited in any way, shape or form to any specific field of inquiry, nor does it devote itself to any specific formats or specific styles. The paper shows that in today's highly specialized world of technology, one finds the term technical writing applied to every field of endeavor. At the same time some technical writers devote their entire careers to writing for a contemporaneous and very specific audience, while other devote their time to the far less specific audience of the general public. The paper shows that either avenue has many uses.
From the Paper:"Another article researched in the general area of Computer Technology is the interesting article written by Gary Conroy, a technical content writer for About.com. In the article, and in layman's terms, Conroy compares a new software product, "Trellix 2.0" to its competitors in the field. "Trellix 2.0" is basically a word processing software package intended for use by IT business users desiring better control over HTML content rather than coding and site control. His analysis of the product is clear, concise and conclusive as he makes his points economically worded."
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