Professional Secretaries International complete office handbook: the secretary's guide to today's electronic office
Random House, Mar 24, 1992 - Business & Economics - 573 pages
e in trade paper--the official publication of the #1 secretarial organization in the U.S. Chapters cover career advancement and human relations, equipment and supplies, specialized office procedures, grammar and punctuation, computers, word processing, and more. With over four million secretaries and administrative assistants in the U.S. today, this is the essential reference to have in today's office.
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