AS MANY OF YOU PREPARE YOUR STUDENTS FOR ENDof-year examinations, you spend time creating review sheets and sample assessments. For this month's “Technology Tip,” Jeff Suzuki introduces readers to a powerful use of word processing and spreadsheet software that can help teachers design individualized worksheets and assessments. Jeff provides directions for using a function called Mail Merge in Microsoft Office. Although most productivity software groups (for example, ClarisWorks, Microsoft Works, and Office XP) have this type of merging function, the directions given in this “Technology Tip” are specific to Microsoft Office 2000. The process may be used with any software that has mail-merge capabilities and that allows a spreadsheet data file as input.