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  • 1. SHHS Special Education Technology   Notebook 10 Tips1) Annotations with Ink Aware and MS Office Applications2) Importing Power Points3) Flash Games in Notebook 10 Lesson objectives Teachers notes 1
  • 2. SHHS Special Education  Technology ‐ Notebook 10 TipsAnnotations with Ink Aware and MS Office ApplicationsAccessing Digital Ink Aware1. Open the application you wish to use.2. Open the Floating Toolbar by tapping the double arrows and select a pen tool or pick a pen from the tray.Saving Your Images1. Click on the camera.2. Images will automatically be sent to an open Notebook file.3. To use images elsewhere, right­click and save/copy to a new location.  2
  • 3. Hands-On PracticeQuestion 113 x 7 = (show your work)Question 2Try it again using MS Word or Power Point or Internet Explorer 3
  • 4. SHHS Special Education  Technology ‐ Notebook 10 TipsImporting Power Points1. Save your Power Point presentation as PDF file, and then drag the PDF file onto a SMART Notebook page. SMART Notebook saves each Power Point slide as a separate page.To save your presentationas a PDF file and drag it into SMART Notebook1. Open your presentation in PowerPoint software, and then select File > Print. The Print dialog box appears.2. Select PDF > Save as PDF, and then follow the on­screen instructions to save your presentation as a PDF file.3. Drag the PDF file onto your SMART Notebook page.Each PowerPoint slide appears as a SMART Notebook page. 4
  • 5. FindingInteractiveGames andMultimedia inResourceLibrary 5