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    Top 5 Windows software in your school

    What are your top 5 Windows software/applications that you use in your school? I am asking so whichever software comes up the most I can either look into learning it or if I have knowledge on it I can improve. Also for this I would like to know the top 5 that the children/students use and not the teachers.

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    Thanks for the replys, I assume when you say Microsoft Office you mean Word, Publisher and Powerpoint? Also this Scratch and Paint.net, is this free software?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dazzle View Post
    Thanks for the replys, I assume when you say Microsoft Office you mean Word, Publisher and Powerpoint? Also this Scratch and Paint.net, is this free software?
    Yes and Access Excel etc

    Scratch and paint.net are free

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dazzle View Post
    What are your top 5 Windows software/applications that you use in your school? I am asking so whichever software comes up the most I can either look into learning it or if I have knowledge on it I can improve. Also for this I would like to know the top 5 that the children/students use and not the teachers.
    Ahh do you mean top 5 'problem' software or just what software is installed the most, or what's used the most? Three very different things! (Well here it is :-) )

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    SIMS should get a mention too, I guess.

    EDIT: No it shouldn't, the students don't use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arwen View Post
    Ahh do you mean top 5 'problem' software or just what software is installed the most, or what's used the most? Three very different things! (Well here it is :-) )
    Used the most

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    Also teachers use ActivInspire and SIMS widely.



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