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Attached is a little MW Project to help get you started.
To use it, first save the attachment to the MicroWorlds' Projects Folder, and
then load it into MicroWorlds. To find the Projects Folder when saving it,
browse this path: C: > Program Files > LCSI > MicroWorlds Pro (or EX if that's
what you have) > Projects.
Try running the example Procedures, then try reading them to understand how
This is a very difficult assignment for someone completely new to MicroWorlds.
I suspect your daughter has been learning MicroWorlds for some time to be
given this assignment. At least, I hope so. She probably already knows most or
all of what it shows. It is written more to help bring you up to speed. At
first, if you are able to get just "house" working, you should feel proud.
You might want to make your own Project to learn how, then try helping your
daughter with hers.
Good luck... and don't hesitate to ask more questions.
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from: TATIANA <tataordonez@xxxxxxxxx>
date: Fri Sep 2 07:52:19 2005
Please help me, my 8th years old doughter has to draw with
basic comands, a car, a house, a person, trees, and
flowers, using only basic comands: forward, left, right,
repit, with or without pen af color. Its a homework to her
favorite class at school but she does not know how, and I
can`t learn as fast as i need to make circles, stars, a
car, a house, flowers, the sun, cluds,,, things like that.
PLEASE YOU MASTERS OF MW HEEEEELP!!
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Re: making MW drawings
To save an attachment to your computer, PC users should right-click (Mac users, click and hold the mouse button) on the link and then choose 'save target as' from the pop-up menu. A window will then pop up in which you can choose a location for the file.