CD-ROM training specialist The CourseWare Company is launching a stream of Office 97 CD-ROM learning titles.
By Martin Veitch
| February 27, 1997 -- 09:57 GMT (01:57 PST)
| Topic: Tech Industry
The release roll-out comes as part of 70 new titles.
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