Look, you've made it through the education system. You have a job. Some people think highly enough of you to hire you and have you on their project.
You may have had bad experiences in the past with writing. Your teachers might not have approved of your writing style or informality, or something.
And now you have been assigned to write the User Document (manual, instructions, whatever) for a product that your company makes or sells.
But don't panic! We have some resources to help you
You have more skills than you think.
What to Do
You need to get some support. Whoever has assigned you to the writing task should provide the support that you need. I describe that support in the Do It Yourself guide and in detail in my Course.
I strongly suggest that you look into taking my Course. My Course:
- Is a FREE, no-strings-attached download.
- Will guide you in creating the great User Document you need for your real-life work
- Can take no time, especially over learning the materials in a live course (there are no "User Documentation" courses, only general "Technical Writing" courses; these will only help you marginally in writing a User Document)
- Is taken on your computer It is in a format that your Internet browser can read, and includes about seven hours of mp3 audio. This means no scheduling and no travel.
Download the Course free here.
Please do not confuse this Course with general "Technical Writing" courses.
General courses talk about business writing, scientific writing, and grammar.
My Course focuses on only one thing: helping you produce a GREAT User Document. It guides you from start to pre-production in producing the best possible User Document in the shortest time with the least stress.