Science helper for MS Word® is a fundamental tool for the aspiring science teacher, student or researcher. This program will allow the user to make a professional and functional document with ease of point and click usage.
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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 fantastic program for middle, high school or college level math, chemistry, physics or engineering teachers, students or researcher. This easy to use software aids the user in developing professional looking documents with graphics that show proper scientific equipment and equipment set-up.
Science Helper for MS Word® offers the user a wide rage of option in creating professional graphics while being fundamentally simply. With Science Helper for MS Word® there is no longer a need to search the internet for hours in search of graphics which may not completely relate to your text. Science Helper for MS Word® is 100% compatible with MS Word®, saving time while making a professional and functional document.
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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