My purpose with this web page you are viewing is to simply make you aware that there are new guidelines for presentations being written on computers. I am including here a link to a particular website I feel would be a good reference site for teachers who want to know more about electronically written documents. It could be your school or school district has already set up such guidelines. I am only suggesting teachers look at this site to see how one unique organization expects submissions to be written.
Please visit E-Learn 2008.
TIP: When checking reference sites on USA Hero use a browser that supports multiple tabs so you can open the various reference sites in addition to USA Hero at the same time. I find that if you use a three-button mouse and click on any reference link with the middle button or scroll wheel, a new tab will open having that reference site. You can really work on an essay faster when you have several tabs open and can quickly move from one reference site tab to another.
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