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Re: transparencies

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Marge Dickinson (dickinsonm)
Sun, 8 Sep 1996 21:09:49 -0500

What to do with those transparencies:
most office supply stores like Office Max, Depot etc., have something
called "3-M Flip Frames" which hold one transparency, have flip out sides,
and can be kept in a 3 ring binder. Wonderful for organizing and you never
touch the transparency. Even the children can use them, if necessary.
They aren't cheap - about $1 each but they keep your transparencies in
great shape.


>Hello everyone!
>Thanks to whoever gave the info on colored transparencies. I just had some
>made for a statewide assessment project and they yurned out GREAT! Does
>anyone know how long the color lasts? Do they turn red or lose color like
>slides do? Do they scratch easily? Obviously I am not an overhead user, but
>this may be about to change. Thanks for your advice!
>Also, to Bunki--- the tip on the adhesive coated bulletin boards was a great
>one! My middle schoolers now try to stick themselves up on the bulletin
>boards. An interesting concept!

Marge Dickinson
Galva, IL
e-mail: dickinsonm
phone: 309-932-2880
fax: 309-932-8207