Worksheet Magic Plus Adds Mac OS X, Vista Support


Gamco, a division of Siboney Learning Group, has released an update to its Worksheet Magic Plus software, a tool for teachers that allows them to create supplemental classroom materials, including puzzles, tests, and other materials. The release is the first of Gamco's titles to run on Vista and also offers Mac OS X support.

Worksheet Magic Plus lets teachers create 15 different types of puzzles, tests, and worksheets, including alphabetization, mix and match, scrambled words, multiple choice, secret code, synonym/antonym, crossword puzzles, review sheets, and others. These are generated automatically from word lists and sample sentences created in the software's text editor. The software also allows for vocabulary word import from other applications.

The new version also includes an updated UI, zoomable worksheet preview, integrated spell checker, and answer key printing.

Worksheet Magic Plus is available now for Mac OS X and Windows for $69.95 for a single computer, $169.95 for five computers, and $599.95 for an unlimited site/network license.

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