Becoming Computer-literate: A Plain-English Guide for Lawyers and Other Legal Professionals
American Bar Association, Section of Law Practice Management, 1995 - Computers - 138 pages
Why should I become computer-literate? What's a database? Do I really need to know how a computer works? How much money should I spend? This text offers practical information and guidance and on these and other questions, and seeks to take the mystery and confusion out of computer use.
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