Thanks for responding. We teach MS Office applications on iMacs with Macintosh
Manager. Having worked on MSWord on a PC in a business setting, I only minor
differences. Some community members are pressing for PCs , one making that
broad statement about high schools in Vermont. As our students do not even see
the desktop, I see no reason to moving to PCs which I have found to be less
robust and more prone to student mischief.
Paul Edmondson OXB wrote:
> We teach our business courses on Macs using the MS Office software with
> occasional assistance from AppleWorks 6. We use the Microtype program for
> keyboarding instruction. Additionally, HTML and multimedia are part of the
> I can say that we have had very good experiences with this setup, and I have
> seen very little difference between the MS Office applications we use on the
> mac and those on the pc.
> Paul Edmondson
> Technology Coordinator
> Oxbow High School
> Bradford, VT
> > From: Jane Clukay <[log in to unmask]>
> > Reply-To: School Information Technology Discussion <[log in to unmask]>
> > Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 18:33:17 -0500
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: Business courses on Macs
> > Hello,
> > Someone recently made the comment to me that there are next to no high
> > schools in Vermont that are teaching high school business courses (MS
> > Word, Excel, PowerPoint) on Macs.
> > If you are, please reply. Thanks.
> > Jane Clukay
> > Wilmington