Computer books help you pick the right one, translate the jargon; How to Buy a Personal Computer, by Carlton Shrum. Sherman Oaks, Calif.: Alfred Publishing Company Inc. 64 pp. $2.95.

How to Buy a Word Processor, by Steven Manus and Michael Scriven. Sherman Oaks, Calif.: Alfred Publishing Company Inc. 62 pp. $2.95. Computers for Everybody, by Jerry Willis and Merl Miller. Beaverton, Ore.: Dilithium Press. 262 pp. $7.95. The Howard W. Sams Crash Course in Microcomputers, by Louis E. Frenzel Jr. Indianapolis: Howard W. Sams & Co. 264 pp. $19.95. So You Think You Need Your Own Business Computer, by William E. Perry. John Wiley & Sons. New York, N.Y. 201 pp. $16.95.

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