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September 11, 2007

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S Simms

Love the idea in order to put Answer Keys at the bottom of worksheets. I came across one problem though... it didn't flip the numbers or symbols. It needs to be MS Word 2007 compatible so us Math people can use it too! ;)

Ashley Sheridan

It will work in any Word on Win XP/Vista as long as you have a font that is UTF-8 compatible. It will probably have a lot of trouble converting some specialist characters, as these just don't exist in the UTF-8 character space (remember these are actual characters, not a graphic)

Charlie

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Raihana Jackson

Methinks my keyboard is broken!!

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It will work in any Word on Win XP/Vista as long as you have a font that is UTF-8 compatible. It will probably have a lot of trouble converting some specialist characters, as these just dont exist in the UTF-8 character space (remember these are actual characters, not a graphic)
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