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I used openoffice which normally translates .docx just fine. Perhaps there is advanced formatting that it doesn't understand although that would usually generate an error.



David Tisdell. Music Teacher
Browns River Middle School
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>>> Michael Dickinson <[log in to unmask]> 3/9/2009 12:06 PM >>>


It opened for me but it IS an MS Word 2007 File!


 



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>>> Patricia Aigner <[log in to unmask]> 3/9/2009 11:49 AM >>>


Hi Folks,

Please find the attached VTASCD spring presentation information for the April 3 conference. We are very excited to be presenting Dr. Joan Hughes from the  University of Texas at Austin. Her presentation is entitled:


Transformative Technology Integration in the Content Areas.



Dr. Hughes is one of the top tech integration specialist in the US. She has written many articles on technology and has worked with teachers across the country. It is going to be a very informative day!  


To register please


email Wendy Clark: [log in to unmask]. or call me with questions, etc 383-1213.


  


 

 


Jude Newman
President of VTASCD


 


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