Looking into Windows: Oh, what your PC will do

Meyer, Jim
September 1992
ABA Journal;Sep92, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p91
Lists computer programs from software vendors applicable to the Microsoft Windows 3.1. Reasons for the transition of law firms from DOS-based to Windows-based applications; Product features.


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