FREE Columns Using Word 2003 and 2007 Lessons – FREE for a Limited Time

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Christian Keyboarding.

Do you anticipate your student using computers in the future?

Is your student going into a technological field?

How far your student will go will be determined by their proficiency in computers. Give them the edge in computer applications by purchasing curriculum that really works, such as, Keyboarding for the Christian School.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/68891069285169140/Right now, Christian Keyboarding is offering all you a FREEbie with no strings attached. In fact, you might even gain a bit of knowledge, too.

It’s 22 pages and includes color screen shots taking students step-by- step in creating one-column and two-column tables.

Here’s How it Works

  • Go to Christian Keyboarding
  • Add Creating Tables in Word 2003 or 2007 to your cart
  • Use Coupon Code: HARVEY

Other Christian Keyboarding items can be purchased for an extra 20% off with promo code of BBD2017
at checkout.

Win the Elementary Version

Christian Keyboarding is giving away (5) Elementary Versions to my readers. Fill out the giveaway tool and I will be picking a random winner on October 15th at 11:59 PM. All entries will be verified.

Comments

  1. Valerie Norris says:

    I would like Word 2007

  2. Katrina Morgan says:

    This looks interesting~

  3. Katrina Morgan says:

    Keyboarding for the Christian School, Revised Edition (Grades 6 and up) would be the version I would like most- we have a 4th grader, 6th, 8th, &11th grader.

  4. Nancy Cavasoz says:

    This looks great and I would want the elementary version for grade 3.

  5. Looks interesting. It would be something I wold be interested in

  6. I would like the 2007 version

  7. I’d like the elementary version!

  8. I would love the elementary KJV edition

  9. I would use the 2007 version

  10. Keyboarding for the Christian School, Revised Edition (Grades 6 and up).

  11. The revised 6th grade and up

  12. I have a 1st and 6th grader who would enjoy this!!

  13. Jennifer P says:

    i would use the 2007 version

  14. Elementary version

  15. I’d use the elementary version for my kids.

  16. Sherna Swanepoel says:

    My little one just told me yesterday that her goal is to learn to type with both hands. Looks amazing wow

  17. Lisa Lawton says:

    I have a 5th & 4th grader so the elementary version is what I would use!

  18. I think this will make a great addition to our typing tutor.

  19. Revised 6th and up. Thanks for the giveaway.

  20. That’s a good question! I could use the 6th & up & the elementary. Thanks for showcasing their products and the giveaway.

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