Which editing tool do you use?

In the aerospace and defence sector we are limited to the availability of powerful and industrial strength editing tools, but which editing tool do you use? At TDW we are running a short study into the most popular editing tools used within our sector. We will publish the results in a future edition of the Tech Data World magazine, you can access the magazine online for FREE.

This very short survey asks five questions around your tool of choice when it comes to writing and editing your technical publications in your organisation.

Please note: This survey is ONLY for those involved in technical publications in aerospace, defence and space – please do not answer this survey if you are not producing technical publications in these sectors. We have enabled multiple submissions . You may select multiple answers when identifying the tools you use.

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Take the survey (if you would rather answer via email, please email to us here at memberservices@techdataworld.com):

Mike Ingledew

A trained aircraft engineer (rotorcraft), I entered in to the field of technical information writing S1000D data modules on a major European military platform.

After a series of high profile project roles and the privilege of supporting clients worldwide, I ended my 'employed' career at a subsidiary of Boeing Aircraft after I decided to leave and focus on TDW full-time.

From my time supporting clients worldwide, I could see that there was a market need for an independent organisation that could be a trusted advisory source for those needing to implement successful technical information strategies.

I am passionate about the art of technical communications and the process, software and skills needed in our market.

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