[TWR] Tools

This is a part of the Technical Writing Resources (TWR) series. Check HERE to see about the intro to TWR series.

Authoring Tools

MS Word

MS Powerpoint

FrameMaker (FM)

RoboHelp (RH)

Structured FrameMaker

MadCap Flare

Author IT

Epic Editor

Screen Capturing Tools

SnagIT

Captivate

Misc

MS Excel

Articles

Getting buy-in from Management for new tools

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[TWR] Technical Writing Skills

[TWR] Editing/Grammar Skills

[TWR] Programming

[TWR] Usability

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[TWR] Programming

This is a part of the Technical Writing Resources (TWR) series. Check HERE to see about the intro to TWR series.

Basic

HTML

Intermediate

Scripting

XML

Advanced

DITA

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[TWR] Editing/Grammar Skills

[TWR] Tools

[TWR] Usability

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[TWR] Usability

This is a part of the Technical Writing Resources (TWR) series. Check HERE to see about the intro to TWR series.

Basic

Intermediate

Advanced

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[TWR] Technical Writing Skills

[TWR] Editing/Grammar Skills

[TWR] Tools

[TWR] Programming

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[TWR] Editing/Grammar Skills

This is the Technical Writing Resources (TWR) series. Check HERE to see about the intro to TWR series.

Basic

Intermediate

Creating Effective Checklist

Creating Effective Style Guides

Advanced

Training Engineers/Developers write error-free documents

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[TWR] Technical Writing Skills

[TWR] Tools

[TWR] Programming

[TWR] Usability

[TWR] Technical Writing Skills

Well, I used to research a lot about TW details and bookmark them, and also save some PDFs in my machine.

I guess it is high time I shared the resources with all. There are lotsa TW resources, spreaded across the web. I am trying to collate them all and get it under a single location.

I NEED YOUR HELP 🙂

If you want to contribute, please let me know/ add the details about the link (as a comment). I will make sure to add the link to this page and also acknowledge the source(r) 🙂

I will be adding the resources in different page with [TWR] in the beginning, so you can search for TWR or click TWR category to get all resources.

Basic

Myths about Technical Writing

“To do and Not to do”

Technical Writing Workflow

Intermediate

Advanced

Best Practices

Working with Developers/Mktg/QA

Updates in Technical Communication/ Writing

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[TWR] Editing/Grammar Skills

[TWR] Tools

[TWR] Programming

[TWR] Usability