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Laptops and communications

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Part of the Macmillan Master Series book series (MACMMA)

Abstract

With the constant improvement in technology we are now seeing many changes in what we have come to accept as “conventional” word processing. In the early days word processors were bulky machines and dedicated solely to the one task. Now we have PCs in abundance that can run programs to handle accounts, draw graphs, make financial projections and then incorporate the results from these programs into word processed documents. All this can be done by one small machine sitting on a desk.

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© Peter and Joanna Gosling 1993

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