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    classroom exercises (2000)

    I teach computer in a small private school. Currently the students do keyboarding software and various subject related software games. At this time we don't have any teaching of applications in place. I need to "teach" word, excel and powerpoint to my students. I have searched for guides regarding exercises I could have the students perform. Does anyone know of a website that might help? I'm looking for free stuff, I'm not sure there is any money in the budget to buy much. Anyone's input would be appreciated.

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    Re: classroom exercises (2000)

    Microsoft offers classroom tutorial suggestions at http://www.microsoft.com/education/Tutorials.aspx. I suspect that these will tend to feature Office 2003 and some of the newer features that did not exist in Office 2000. You might just have to do your best to steer around those issues, unless you can some older ones either at Microsoft.com or in the Internet Archive (http://www.archive.org/).

    Sites dedicated to computers in the schools and/or overcoming the digital divide also may have suggestions on material for teachers. Good luck, and if you find sites that you think might help others, please post some addresses back here. <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>

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