The Dow Jones-Irwin handbook of microcomputer applications in law

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Dow Jones-Irwin, 1987 - Law - 278 pages
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This text provides a non-technical guide to microcomputers to show attorneys as well as paraprofessionals how to develop computer applications that improve their access to information. Each chapter is devoted to the major ways in which the microcomputer can help the practicing attorney: word processing, communications, research, litigation support, spreadsheets, and other applications.

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Contents

Appendix
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Word Processing Ronald W Staudt
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Communications and Research Dan G Curtis
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Copyright

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