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Why Systems Became Necessary
Section F Who Uses Word Processing?
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administrative secretary administrative support bubble memory called capabilities carbon career path central processing unit centralized characters communications copy processing Corporation correspondence secretary cost data processing decentralized dictation equipment dictation units discrete media disk distribution document cycle electronic employees endless loop Figure filing film functions handle information processing input International Business Machines International Word Processing keyboard letters machine dictation magnetic magnetic tape Mailgram master Memorex method microfilm mini-centers MT/ST nontyping offset printing organization originator output paper paperwork person phototypesetting piece of equipment position print wheel printer printing device procedures produce proofread records reports reprographics retyping revisions rough draft screen SECTION shorthand Southern Company Services specialists speed stencil stored supervisor tape tasks telephone lines terminal time-shared traditional office transcribe transcriptionist typebar typewriter typist users voice Wang Laboratories word processing center word processing equipment word processing system word/information processor