The Advantage Series presents the Why, What and How of computer application skills to today's students. Each lab in this series is built upon an efficient learning model, which provides students and faculty with complete coverage and enhances critical thinking skills. This text contains Intro level content plus 5 to 6 chapters of advanced level content.
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Sarah Hutchinson has taught microcomputer applications through her company, Sarah Hutchinson & Associates. She has a BA from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
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