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Some special progams for schooldays (Rainbow 1981-09)

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We have a special emphasis for the September issue of the RAINBOW. It's on "Back To School."

For this issue, we have a couple of test programs we think might convince the non-computer people in your house that a computer is a worthwhile investment. Because there is some difference between them, we're going to present both and let you take your choice of which you prefer.

There is also a Program called "Grader" which would be perfect for anyone who is a teacher and needs to make regular reports on students. If the other half of your family has to spend hours and hours adding up grades, taking averages, and then dividing to assign percentages to different types of grades (such as homework and tests), this should really convince her (or him).

We hope you like this month's edition of the RAINBOW and, if you do, will tell your COLOR Computer friends about us.


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