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It's all about solving problems

Back in the 1960s, IBM observed that a lot of business time was spent retyping documents. A lot of business documents needed fairly frequent changes. While handwriting could be used for minor annotations, eventually the changes would need to be made in the typed version. This would require that a secretary re-type at least an entire page of the document. Hence, the development of what came to be called the word processor.…

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