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Old 05 August 2003, 01:57   #4
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Good Question ...

...there is a massive difference between owning a machine and using it to its full potensial ......I think most purchasers by now have been forced within the work / study enviroment,s of today ,been educated into at least its basic wordprocessing and cataloging abilities , media use as with internet e-mail etc is on the rise , ten years ago most essays were likley to be typed on a stand alone machine that may or may not have had a comprehensive spell checker , a thing that is now taken for granted . ... I dare say that unless board becomes transmogrified that IF in a further ten years this question were to be asked there would be few under the age of 40yrs of age who were not computer literate.........It is however a worthwhile question to ask how many use a machine beyond those basic things ?
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