The Book of FAX: An Impartial Guide to Buying & Using Facsimile Machines

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Ventana Press, 1988 - Computers - 134 pages
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Over one million professionals will buy a FAX machine next year and this book is the most current and comprehensive buyer's guide to FAX machines. Compact and non-technical, it provides information on buying and using this complex new technology which is rapidly changing the world of business and communications.

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The authors have written a layperson's guide to this fast-growing technology. They discuss the basics of fax equipment, its use and management. A "Features Assessment Checklist'' will help buyers ... Read full review

Contents

Why Fax?
1
A Look at Fax Features
13
Matching Fax to Your Needs
45
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Daniel B. Fishman is a Professor of Clinical Psychology at Rutgers University. He is the author and editor of numerous articles and books, including "Paradigms in Behavior Therapy", "The Human Side of Corporate Competitiveness", and "A Cost-Effective Methodology for Community Mental Health Centers".

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