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Writing with a word processor

David Philips

This article is not intended to be a series of handy hints on choosing between specific brands of microcomputers or different word processing programs. That sort of information is best obtained from teachers already using word processors, or from advisory staff in education departments. Instead, I hope to show just how useful word processors are for encouraging young authors, between the ages of 5 and 12 years, to write.

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