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September 20, 2003 Show:   Topic: Microsoft Add-Ons for Kids  Guest: Lori Mikruk
Based in Adelaide, South Australia, eWord Technologies has specialized in developing customized solutions and training services for desktop applications since 1985. eWord Inc. is the United States subsidiary of eWord Technologies.

President of eWord Inc., Lori Mikruk discusses Max's Sandbox, the innovative Microsoft Office add-on for children. The award-winning program is praised by educators for teaching children the basics of reading, writing, and math. Max's Sandbox's educational suite incorporates colorful, dynamic characters and inviting graphics through an adaptation of Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft Excel that teaches children word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations along the way.
Listen To eWord Inc.September 20, 2003 interview
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