From Electrical Engineer to Technical Writer by Alan Houser

This week, we continue the series exploring how Washington, D.C. area technical writers broke into the profession. Alan Houser, consultant and trainer, and co-founder and president of Group Wellesley, Inc., enters the spotlight this week with his journey.

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My Journey into #TechComm by Viqui Dill

This week kick-starts the series exploring how Washington, D.C. area technical writers broke into the profession. Viqui Dill, the Technical Communications Leader at American Woodmark Corporation, guest blogs this week and outlines her journey for us.

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4 Difficult Customers and How to Handle Them

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When trying to author documents, certain customers can make the job just a tad more difficult. When the naysayer strikes, what’s a writer to do? Here, we break down just a few difficult customers and how to handle them when they affect your projects.

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What Your Boss Actually Wants to Know

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You walk into your monthly status meeting, confident in all you accomplished over the past few weeks. Your supervisor sits in front of you and asks “anything to report?” You start listing the dozens of documents you’ve helped with. Your supervisor nods and accepts your answer, but what he was really looking for was this:
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