Examines the use of information technology to improve the presentation of professional knowledge and expertise in the field of property‐related issues. Discusses the importance of presentation and describes word processing, desk‐top publishing, spreadsheets and business graphics. Demonstrates the use of simple graphical alternatives to tabulated data and the use of matrices. Concludes that the production of financial appraisals and reports on which important decisions are made is an area in which presentation techniques must be skilfully and professionally employed.
Nunnington, N.B. (1991), "The Use of Information Technology in Presentation of Property‐Related Financial Information", Journal of Property Finance, Vol. 2 No. 1. https://doi.org/10.1108/09588689110033180
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