Word Processing

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Word Processing

The use of a computer program to write, edit and format content. One writes the content and may either print it or save it in an electronic format. Word processing developed in the 1960s and was popularized in the 1970s and 1980s. Word processing was one of the first business uses for the personal computer.
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However, PCs generally cannot be used as electronic typewriters. This is because it becomes very diffiult and cumbersome to use a computer-based word processor for filling in forms precisely.
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