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Editable Word Processing Template

PDF, Word | 1 page|Grades: F - 7

An editable template for students to consolidate word processing skills.

Download and save this Microsoft Word Template. Provide a soft copy to each student via email or appropriate learning management system.

Students work through each task on the document to demonstrate their ability to accurately use word processors.

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This is AMAZING!!! I spent ages Googling for something like this, but should have known you awesome guys would have it ready to go!
So helpful for todays Technology lesson

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