Free Software for Busy People
by Mohammad Al-Ubaydli
Publisher: Idiopathic Publishing 2005
Number of pages: 199
Using Free Software alternatives to Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop can save you thousands of dollars. And commercial alternatives to Free Software content management systems and websites design tools can cost tens of thousands of dollars. This book will show you how to use these tools in your company, charity, school or hospital.
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