The Dow Jones-Irwin handbook of microcomputer applications in law
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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Word Processing Ronald W Staudt
Communications and Research Dan G Curtis
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ABA/net ability accounting and billing Advanced System American Bar Association ASCII Ashton-Tate attorney automatically backup billing system cell client client-matter Code Number command communications copy cost cursor database dBASE described DIALCOM diskette display document electronic mail entered example floppy disk format Framework functions guidelines hard disk IBM PC index terms input installed integrated programs keyboard keystrokes kilobytes law firm law office LAWlink lawyers legal research letter LEXIS litigation support LTAC manual matter ment microcomputer minicomputer modem operation options outline PC-Talk PC-Write PCMAIL personal computer Preferred Parameters printer printout processor puter reports retrieval screen source code specific spreadsheet Standard System statement of approval storage telephone terminal tion transactions Tymnet uploading Utilities vendor WESTLAW word processing Wordstar