Data and Statistical Analysis File

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Christina Alliance • 4 years, 4 months agologin to reply

Hello! Thank you for sharing this information. However, I do not see any answers provided in the PDFs that state there are answers included. Am I missing something? Please advise!

Audra Crist • 4 years, 4 months agologin to reply

Dear Ms. Alliance, The PDF converter that we currently have up is getting old and has not been able to keep up with the changes that were made in SMART Notebook to convert the PDFs, nor the new format of our new website. Our website technicians are working to creating a new PDF generator for the site. In the meantime, do you have SMART Notebook? If so, I can leave you instructions on how to save an "Answers" Notebook file, and pull all of the tabs out manually & either print it, or save it as a PDF. If not, we will find a way to get you a copy of a PDF w/ the "pull tabs" pulled out. Kind regards, Audra

Christina Alliance • 4 years, 4 months agologin to reply

Hi Audra, Thank you for your quick response! Yes, I do have SMART Notebook. Your instructions would be great! Thanks again!

Audra Crist • 4 years, 4 months agologin to reply

Dear Ms. Alliance, With the new website, I am unable to reply to your "reply" asking for the instructions, so I am "replying again" to your original message. After opening the SMART Notebook Presentation, I would "Save As" and change the file name (e.g. add "NotesComp" to the end of the file name) to distinguish between the files. After doing so, go through the presentation & manually pull all of the tabs out, when required. After you finish, save the file & then select "File -> Print". With the Print options, you can either choose "Thumbnails" or "Handouts" (the "Handouts" option leaves additional space for writing), select the size of your slides/"thumbnails" (e.g. "Small" option in "Thumbnails" prints 6 slides per page), and "Continue. Then select your print destination & the pages that you would like to print. I know that pulling all of the tabs out manually sounds tedious, but I've done this a lot, when teaching. To make it easier on myself, I would also break down the entire notebook file into smaller files (different notebook file per topic), and pull out the tabs in each file. Since I would do this weekly, it would lessen the amount of pulling out the tabs manually at one time. It would also make sending a set of "completed notes" to my co-teacher (for ICS classes) easier. Please let me know if you have any additional questions. Kind regards, Audra

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