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The Printing Press

The Printing Press Would your students like to create a brochure, a newspaper, a booklet or a flyer? Here's a fun site that lets them create and print any of these projects, and you will not need to buy a site license for pricey software. It's an example of the growing phenomenon of Web-based
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The Printing Press


Would your students like to create a brochure, a newspaper, a booklet or a flyer? Here's a fun site that lets them create and print any of these projects, and you will not need to buy a site license for pricey software. It's an example of the growing phenomenon of Web-based applications, which may soon be keeping Microsoft's bean-counters awake at night. Although a bit clunky, it should be a big hit with your budding young journalists and/or advertising types.

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