Monthly Archives: April 2014

Right now there are 34 commercial word processing applications, seven freeware applications, nine online word processors and 12 open source offerings listed under Wikipedia’s List of word processors page. You can often open and read many documents created in ...

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For quite some time, word processing software like Microsoft Office Word, Corel Write, AbiWord and OpenOffice Writer had what many perceived as a distinct advantage over PDF software. It was far easier to edit and make changes to a ...

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Most people think of machine presses, dies, conveyer belts and even robots as tools of the manufacturing trade.  Software is sometimes included in that image, but generally programs that create blueprints and CAD drawings are the things that come to ...

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New Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement rules for health-care providers are upping the game when it comes to electronic medical records. It’s no longer enough just to secure a patient’s electronic medical history practice-wide. As of January 1, 2014, Washington has ...

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