Elaine Kim wrote:
Im an Interior Designer at the Library of Congress. I use Microsoft with Software called Intergraph. I do space planning for the Library staff and also for public spaces in the Library, using a Computer-aided Design and Drafting system (CADD). I used to spend a lot of time on the drawing board with parallel bars to draw and to plan out office spaces, furniture, and electrical and telephone outlet locations. Now I use the CADD system to do all the drawings. I also use it to specify all the furniture items to be ordered. The project scheduling I also do with my computer. For printing out these drawings I use 8 1/2 x 11 and 11x17 paper size. I can also use 36 X 30 or even longer paper for drawings using a plotter.
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We use computers at work for manufacturing, scheduling, inventory, billing of materials, financial system, data control systems (shop floor). Personally, I use my desktop pc for word processing, spreadsheets, powerpoint for presentations, terminal emulators to connect to VAX, Unix, and ibm boxes, project scheduling and tracking, network diagramming with viso and monitoring of systems and networks.