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Docked Cell lesson chooser
I have a question about creating a docked cell that will let me choose files. This is just as much a "design" question as a Mathematica question. I'm a math teacher and I want to bundle a bunch of ...
Sep 12 '12 at 18:18
Tom De Vries
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