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How to Draft Bills Clients Rush to Pay

J. Harris Morgan, Jay G. Foonberg - Law - 2003 - 112 pages
This is a step-by step guide on drafting and formatting invoices that clients will fully understand, find reasonable, and be more likely to pay-on time and without complaint.
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The Dow Jones-Irwin handbook of microcomputer applications in law

Dow Jones-Irwin - Law - 1987 - 278 pages
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 ...
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Microcomputers in health care management: strategies and applications for ...

William W. Christensen, Eugene I. Stearns - Computers - 1990 - 224 pages
Reflecting the more mature microcomputer environment of the 1990s, this second edition addresses the issue of upgrading existing systems, new and advanced features of the ...
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Local Area Networking for the Small Library: A How-to-do-it Manual

Norman Howden - Computers - 1997 - 147 pages
This manual offers clear guidance on every aspect of LAN from start-up to maintenance and trouble shooting. It includes information on Internet connection gear; definition and ...
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The writer's toolbox: buying and using a computer for the literary life

Janet Ruhl - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1990 - 329 pages
Describes the ways in which computers are useful to writers, offers advice on selecting hardware and software, and explains how to backup files
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