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How to Insert a Link<br />Brainblast 2009<br />Shannon Sowby<br />shsowby@weber.k12.ut.us<br />
Anything can be added as a link.You can imbed your links into texts to enhance learning.<br />You can link any website.<br...
Click on “Edit” for which ever section you want to insert a link to.<br />
Hi-light the words you want the link to represent.<br />
Clink on the chain icon that represents insert a link.<br />
This box will pop up.<br />
You can copy and past a web address in to this box and then click ‘OK’<br />Make sure the ‘http://’ is not duplicated or y...
To finish, just click on ‘Save changes’<br />
If you want to link something that is on your computer, click on ‘browse’ and this box will pop up.<br />Then, click on ‘b...
And… This box will pop up.<br />
Choose the document you want to link and click ‘Open’.<br />
The window will disappear, and the old window will pop up, then click on ‘upload’<br />
After you ‘upload’, your document will show up in the window above, click on it and the address will be entered into the p...
Once you click on ‘OK’, the box will disappear. To finish, just click on ‘Save changes’.<br />
Applications<br />		You can insert as many links as you want and present your WebquestProcess section in an outline form, ...
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  1. 1. How to Insert a Link<br />Brainblast 2009<br />Shannon Sowby<br />shsowby@weber.k12.ut.us<br />
  2. 2. Anything can be added as a link.You can imbed your links into texts to enhance learning.<br />You can link any website.<br />You can link a pdf or works file.<br />You can link a worksheet or study guide from your computer.<br />You can link your blog<br />
  3. 3. Click on “Edit” for which ever section you want to insert a link to.<br />
  4. 4. Hi-light the words you want the link to represent.<br />
  5. 5. Clink on the chain icon that represents insert a link.<br />
  6. 6. This box will pop up.<br />
  7. 7. You can copy and past a web address in to this box and then click ‘OK’<br />Make sure the ‘http://’ is not duplicated or your link will not work.<br />
  8. 8. To finish, just click on ‘Save changes’<br />
  9. 9. If you want to link something that is on your computer, click on ‘browse’ and this box will pop up.<br />Then, click on ‘browse’ again.<br />
  10. 10. And… This box will pop up.<br />
  11. 11. Choose the document you want to link and click ‘Open’.<br />
  12. 12. The window will disappear, and the old window will pop up, then click on ‘upload’<br />
  13. 13. After you ‘upload’, your document will show up in the window above, click on it and the address will be entered into the previous box.<br />Then click on ‘OK’<br />
  14. 14. Once you click on ‘OK’, the box will disappear. To finish, just click on ‘Save changes’.<br />
  15. 15. Applications<br /> You can insert as many links as you want and present your WebquestProcess section in an outline form, or just use them however you desire.<br />
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