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  • Public Health Information & Data Tutorial - Public Health Information and Data Tutorial provides instruction for members of the public health workforce on issues related to information access and management. This tutorial is based on Public Health Information and Data: A Training Manual. There are no copyright restrictions on the contents of this tutorial or the training manual, and users are free to adapt or duplicate any portion.

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  • W. Trauget - A Ghost's Review

    as a spirit, i love these things. i really enjoy being invited into all your homes by curious teenagers. once in your homes i am free to turn lights on and off, slam doors, make your dog bark, maybe even posess some poor fellow. moving the hands of unsuspecting youngsters to spell out irrelevant words one letter at a time is a great way to break up the monotony of eternal damnation. so keep defying that silly two thousand year old comic book and turn the lights down, gather around this all powerful piece of cardboard and plastic and summon up fun for all ages.

  • Doug & Jean - Easy to load

    Typical Norton quality, which I rate high for the non-nerd user. Does all you need to keep your computer safe and your stuff backed up on site if you have ext. drive or remote if you so choose. Norton does slow your internet speeds while checking for viruses and such but better than trying to get them out later. Have used Norton for years and have had no problem. Just wish they'd lower auto-renewal price so I wouldn't have to buy a new one every year!

  • D. McDougald - Quicken 11

    Bought a new computer and had to upgrade to Quicken 11. Fast service to receive product but a little difficult to load and transfer files. Now it keeps aborting and will take more time to resolve.