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Using Labels
Submitted by: Nancy, 4th Grade

Report card comments always seem to take much more time than calculating the grades. Often I would read a comment I had written and want to change something so I would resort to liquid paper to cover the comment or I would often run out of space. This past year I typed my comments on the computer using the label feature of Microsoft Word and was very pleased with the flexibility it gave me in editing my work. After printing the comments on the label I simply peeled off the label and placed it on the student's report card.



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