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What_is_Technical_Communication_1

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Writing is a “threshold” skill Considered in professional advancement Almost half of the cost of managing business is  the result of poor communication 80 percent of Fortune 400 companies note writing  skills as the organization’s greatest weakness It is frequent and widespread
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Technical communication is the process of making  and sharing information in the workplace It is also a set of tangible applications that are the  end result of that process – a report, an e-mail or  a presentation
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To present information in a way that people can  Understand it easily Use it safely Use it effectively Use it efficiently
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Technical Communicators Employed within an organization or contracted to  produce a variety of written material May be a writer, editor, graphic artist, designer,  Webmaster, or production specialist Technical Professionals Technically trained individuals, working in a  professional capacity People who write as a part of the normal business day
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Email Memos Proposals Reports: informational, accident, trip, progress,  completion Business letters: sales, inquiry, customer, claim,  contracts  Sales material Employee information Standard operating procedures Work orders and requisitions
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Technical writing:
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