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100645
SUBJECT AREA English Language
DOCUMENT TYPE Other types
CREATED ON 13th February 2017
COMPLETED ON 16th February 2017
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Synthesis Literature Review- Going Paperless in the Office

Please see attached instructions and sample essay to assist with format. This paper is a synthesis literature review of seven scholarly articles on going paperless in an office/workplace.
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