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Submitted by mreddiev94 about 6 years ago
Simple templated specially made for the Calvin College in Holland. Language in file is dutch. You can easily change the logo in your own.
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Submitted by AmyAmy about 6 years ago
Easy Calendars. Add your own "stuff." Only January is filled in (so you can see a sample). The other 11 months are blank. Just add text and graphics as you see fit. Enjoy!
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Submitted by max about 6 years ago
The other MLA Style templates appeared out-of-date, so I prepared this one. Bear in mind that it is for 2009 MLA Style, so double-check to make sure that it is not obsolete before using. This is designed to simplify the formatting process and offer some limited writing guidance. The placeholder text explains what should be put in its place, and there should be no need to alter anything else. There is no guarantee that it will be perfectly suited to every paper. If you are a university student, I encourage you to take full advantage of all of the resources available to you including your writing center. The Purdue OWL is a terrific tool to use for all your writing related questions. If you have questions or problems with the template or MLA style, please leave a comment or email me at maxpenny42@gmail.com.
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Submitted by tealint over 6 years ago
This template has 20 flashcards (40 pages) with page numbers. The nuisance: in order to have the page numbers for each side of the card match each other, I had to put in a section break between each set of two, which means you'll have to retype the subject for every other set of cards. Thank goodness for copy-paste :P Unless you have a printer that will do duplex printing, you'll need to make special preparations for these to work. I will include some printing instructions soon.
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Submitted by mrt3811 over 6 years ago
This is a template I use to give students either a hand written or typed out thank you their gift. For handwritten just delete the text. I usually print out 20 or so to keep on hand in case I do not have enough time to print out typed ones before break. Modified from another template on iWorkcommunity