Basics for buying your personal computer, Volume 9, Issue 1
American Bar Association, Economics of Law Practice Section, Jan 1, 1987 - Computers - 34 pages
This work outlines some basic facts and advice for people in the market for a personal computer. It also includes a short glossary of computer terms, a sample database printout, and a partial list of service companies.
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Introduction to Microcomputers
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