Sapling Learning > Notes

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Sample page with right-click options, the last of which is Add NoteThere are two ways to create notes in your Sapling Learning eTextbook. You can create a standalone note or you can anchor a note to an existing highlight.


Create a standalone note

Right-click anywhere within the textbook page and click on the Add note option. This will bring up the Note Editor and an area where you can type your note. As you begin typing in the text area, the formatting menu will appear so that you can bold, italicize, strikethrough, superscript, subscript or make a list within your note.


Link to an eTextbook page

To add a link to another page of the book within your note, highlight the text that you would like to be clickable, and click on the Page link icon. In the subsequent popup box, enter the page number that you would like to jump to and click OK. The highlighted text will now appear blue and underlined signifying that there is a link associated with this text.



Link to an external page

To add a link to an external resource, highlight the text that you would like to be clickable, and click on the External link icon. In the subsequent popup box, enter the url of the webpage you would like to link to and click OK. The highlighted text will now appear blue and underlined signifying that there is a link associated with this text.



 

Save note

When you are done editing the note, click on the Save note icon. This will save your note and collapse it into the note icon stored on the side of the page.



Anchor a note to an existing highlight

Right click on the highlighted text and click on the Add note icon.



 

Open an existing note

Click on the note icon in the left margin of the eTextbook page. This will open the text of the note.



 

Move a note 

With the note open, click and drag the body of the note to the desired location.


Close a note

Click anywhere on the eTextbook page outside of the note.


Edit an existing note

Right click on the note icon (if the note is closed) or on the body of the note (if the note is open) and click on the Edit icon in the center of the menu.



Delete a note 

Right click on the note icon (if the note is closed) or on the body of the note (if the note is open) and click on the Delete icon on the right side of the menu.



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