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I was recently training a group of fifth grade teachers. And they wanted to know what exactly do I use my Smart Board for in my classroom. It was an amazingly blunt question, and it elicited a very honest answer. I build and organize my lessons in Smart Notebook and I deliver those lessons on my Smart Board. With that said, I'm eager to launch smart notebook and share it with you. There are three ways in which you can launch smart notebook. The first way is to double click on this shortcut to smart notebook 11 that's on your desktop.
The second way is to go to your Start button. Go to Programs and scroll down to the folder that says Smart Technologies. And within that folder you will see Smart Notebook 11. The third way, and my favorite way Is to go to the Smart Notebook icon in the notifications tray. Click on that icon, and you will see a list of things pop up. And at the very top of the list is Smart Notebook. When you launch Smart Notebook for the very first time A tutorial file opens automatically.
You can read the contents of this file to learn more about the software and the new features in the latest release. When you're done, you can go File, New, like that, and you've got a new blank file like the one in front of me. Now you are looking at Smart Notebook, an app location designed to enhance your use of the smart board by allowing you to add handwritten notes, graphics, type text, clip art, and flash animation to an unlimited number of pages.
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