Science Helper for Ms Word is a software for making physics, chemistry, math and electronic graphs of the high school or scientific graphs based on Ms Word. Easily add 1200 Scientific Graphs & Charts to your word docs.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:33
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
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Description: Science Helper for Ms Word is a type of implemental software for making physics, chemistry, math and electronic graphs of the high school or scientific graphs based on Ms Word. This program avoid the inconvenience of creating and input all kinds of scientific diagram, function graphs and experiment diagram by the giving the user the ability to create them directly in Ms Word. It is convenient and useful - now you don't need to rack your brain looking for a the right's scientific graph that is Word compatible - so you save time! The software encompasses mathematics, physics, chemistry, electronic and more with over 1200 refined diagrams and signs which have been collected from a wide range of sources. it's a very useful tool which can used to assist with making homework of physics, chemistry and math graphs in Word documents. This program is valuable; in particular, to teachers, students and office workers.
Before installing Science Helper For Ms Word, Your computer must have been installed the Ms Word, which suggests to install Ms Word 2000 (WORD97 is compatible) or above edition. Advise best to use the resolving capability of 800 X 600 or higher.
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