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Kitchens by Computer by Patrick J. Galvin Builders who own IBM-compatible computers will find software readily available, since most programs are designed for IBM products. But some software is designed for exclusive use on Apple or other brands of computers. In some cases, the job can be done over the phone or by mail on the supplier's computer and the builder pays only a membership fee. Best of all, these systems cut down on-or cut out-the most costly of all problems: human error. Builders who build their own cabinets can use a computer to spit out a complete cutting list that will minimize waste. Remodelers can use computer programs to design, price, cost, and draw the plans. Some will even create