Coping with Office Automation by Gordon F. Tully Our office is heavily into computers: we have five machines and ten employees. Everyone uses a computer nearly every day. We couldn't do without them, especially since we have chosen computers in lieu of a secretary. (Our bookkeeper/office manager answers the phone, with help from the office person.) I am the chief computer addict in the office, because of my technical bent and because the Army taught me how to type fast. Not everyone shares my enthusiasm. I will try to present a balanced view of the ups and downs of computers in an office with limited resources and with varying degrees of interest on the part of the workers. Right now I am forced