A study of the Army's word processing program with cases.
Hardesty, John M.
Euske, Kenneth J.
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The purpose of this study is to demonstrate potential advantages and disadvantages that could result from the implementation of a Word Processing/Administrative Support System. A model is presented on planning, implementing, and maintaining a Word Processing/ Administrative Support System. A comparison is made of the guidance contained in AR 340-8 and the guidance contained in the current Word Processing literature as pertains to the activities presented in the model. Recommendations are made for improving AR 340-8 based on an analysis of the material presented in the regulation and the Word Processing literature. In addition, two teaching cases were developed which deal with Word Processing/ Administrative Support problems.
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