15 Essential Links for NEW Technical Writers

Get Started with These Essential Links for Technical Writers

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WORD PROCESSORS

microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/word (Yes, it’s antique, but it has the best templates and some companies still rely on it for many documents. See below, “Microsoft Word Templates.”)

docs.google.com

SCREEN CAPTURE TOOL

snagit.com (Tutorial videos are very good.)

EDITING TOOLS

grammarly.com (or ProWritingAid)

MICROSOFT WORD TEMPLATES

klariti.com (These include detailed outlines. Note! Ask me about 20% off coupon.)

WRITING STYLE GUIDE

docs.microsoft.com/en-us/style-guide/welcome/

TECH DICTIONARY

webopedia.com/

NETWORKING (FORUMS)

reddit.com/r/technicalwriting/

writethedocs.slack.com

PORTFOLIO

pairdomains.com (Choose your name or “JosieSmith5.” $20 for 2 yr. registration. 5 pages of Weebly are free. Choose “portfolio” theme.)

FIND WORK

dice.com

indeed.com

careerbuilder.com

linkedIn.com

upwork.com

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