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rapid and efficient processing (storage and printing) of linguistic data for composition and editing

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The brain waves also showed that the third, fourth, and fifth-graders processed real words, psuedowords, and letter strings similarly to college students, suggesting that some automatic word processing begins before the fourth grade, and even before the third grade, also contradicting the reading shift theory.
The solution supports the most popular word processing formats, including DOCX, DOC, RTF and TDX, the default format of TX Text Control.
The proposal provided for separate but coordinated series of workshops for parents--one to introduce computer skills and word processing at the University's Computer Center, and the other at the school to familiarize parents with concepts and techniques being used for literacy development.
CPAs will find voice recognition software to be appropriate in word processing needs, such as letters to clients, supplemental notes to financial statements and any narratives or memos in the work papers; office memos; and e-mails.
Of the more than 90,000 e-mails and word processing documents, the records manager was unable to find even one whose categorization would have resulted in an incorrect retention period.
Could it be that word processing is the next leap, from the typographic to an electronic media?
0 GPA) with emphasis on business administration, marketing or sports administration; strong interpersonal, writing and computer word processing skills a plus.
Also, if a word processing document is linked to a spreadsheet or database, be sure that the spreadsheet or database is a secure as the document.
I was using early versions of WordPerfect for word processing, and Lotus 123 for spreadsheet-work.
It's stripped of typesetting or word processing codes such as boldface, italics and underlines.
This may not sound like the sexiest new technology, but it can save a lot of time, and it has the potential to bring personal computer users far beyond word processing and desktop publishing.
This feature permits the librarian to use a word processing file as a full-screen menu, and a spreadsheet file for a library's map.
Everyone, it seems, has their own favorite word processing package, and each package inserts somewhat different codes to control tabs, margins, line spacing, underscores, bold text, font changes, and the like.