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The Taft School Library NoodleTools
You can open your virtual Tabletop          from here…
Or from here
Your TabletopWith existing notecards
Use this side to organize your notecards
And this side tobuild your outline
Would you like more room to work     with your notecards?
Click here to collapse the Outline pane                             (Click again to expand it)Would you like more room to ...
The Tabletop Navigation Box helps you      keep track of all your notecards.You can move it around to locate your cards.
Don’t panic if you open your tabletop                                                 OMG!!!   and you can’t see all your ...
You can add Tags to your notecards: For instance, Colors and Visual Cues
Color-coded notecards show up     in the Navigation box.
Click here to create a new notecard
Choose the source your notecard      should be linked to,   create your notecard and             SAVE.
Your New Notecard will appear here
Drag your new notecard onto the Tabletop
Drag notecards on the same topic into Piles or select one            and use the Add to Pile button                       ...
Name your new pile   and click OK
These piles each contain 2 notecards
Print your notecards
And they’ll look like this            Example of printed notecard
You can build your outline as you go
Or you can build it before you start taking notes    and edit it as your research progresses
Drag Notecards and Piles into your outline
Notecards used in your outline will be checked off         so you’ll know you used them
Add, manipulate, and deletethe parts of your outline using these buttons
Print your outlinewith or without notecards
Questions?Please ask us or go to Help
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  1. 1. The Taft School Library NoodleTools
  2. 2. You can open your virtual Tabletop from here…
  3. 3. Or from here
  4. 4. Your TabletopWith existing notecards
  5. 5. Use this side to organize your notecards
  6. 6. And this side tobuild your outline
  7. 7. Would you like more room to work with your notecards?
  8. 8. Click here to collapse the Outline pane (Click again to expand it)Would you like more room to work with your notecards?
  9. 9. The Tabletop Navigation Box helps you keep track of all your notecards.You can move it around to locate your cards.
  10. 10. Don’t panic if you open your tabletop OMG!!! and you can’t see all your notecards! Check the position of your Navigation box,and move it around to bring all your cards into view. You may also need to shift some cards.
  11. 11. You can add Tags to your notecards: For instance, Colors and Visual Cues
  12. 12. Color-coded notecards show up in the Navigation box.
  13. 13. Click here to create a new notecard
  14. 14. Choose the source your notecard should be linked to, create your notecard and SAVE.
  15. 15. Your New Notecard will appear here
  16. 16. Drag your new notecard onto the Tabletop
  17. 17. Drag notecards on the same topic into Piles or select one and use the Add to Pile button To select a card on a PC, Ctrl-Click To select a card on a Mac, Command-Click
  18. 18. Name your new pile and click OK
  19. 19. These piles each contain 2 notecards
  20. 20. Print your notecards
  21. 21. And they’ll look like this Example of printed notecard
  22. 22. You can build your outline as you go
  23. 23. Or you can build it before you start taking notes and edit it as your research progresses
  24. 24. Drag Notecards and Piles into your outline
  25. 25. Notecards used in your outline will be checked off so you’ll know you used them
  26. 26. Add, manipulate, and deletethe parts of your outline using these buttons
  27. 27. Print your outlinewith or without notecards
  28. 28. Questions?Please ask us or go to Help
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