This month's “Technology Tips” introduces readers to a powerful teacher-productivity tool. Mathematics teachers have needed inexpensive, easy-to-use software that allows them to create electronic documents that contain multiple representations. One such software package is TI-Interactive! (version 1.1, Texas Instruments, 2002). TI-Interactive is a word-processing tool that combines the features of a graphing calculator with the flexibility of a word-processing program, an equation editor, and a computer algebra system. This software tool gives mathematics teachers the power to create, modify, and share textbook-quality graphics and symbols. This “Technology Tip,” written by Robin L. Rider, is meant to introduce some of the commonly used features of the software. Future “Technology Tips” will explore more advanced features.