“Computer Graphics in Office Auto and Electronic Publishing”

  • ©Michael Barnett, Robert Thunelius, Robert Varga, and Roger Toble

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Entry Number: 20

Title:

    Computer Graphics in Office Auto and Electronic Publishing

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    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    Computer graphics professionals and executives interested in the office automation and publishing markets will find this course informative and useful.

    ABSTRACT

    The office automation and electronic publishing industry is concerned with the computerized production, display, storage, and dissemination of charts. graphs, maps, and diagrams. Attention is also being placed on handling black-and-white, half-tone, and color illustrations. Various applications include teleconferencing; publication of illustrated manuals, reports, books, and magazines; design and analysis of auto- mated office systems; and the design and utilization of pictorial data bases. A panel of industry experts will review the concerns and application areas of office automation and electronic publishing, and alert computer graphics experts to new and expanding potentials for their expertise and skills.


Contributed By:


    Maxine Brown

Location:


    In the collection of Maxine Brown

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