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Attaching files to your notebook

Whenever you link to something external, there's always a chance that that external object, whether it's a video, a sound, or a document, it might get moved, and the link will then be a dead link. How do you avoid dead links? The solution is for you to attach the object to your notebook file. Another reason to attach a file is to ensure that when you share your notebook, all the links will continue to work. Imagine that you have a link to a Word document on your computer. Sure, it works on your computer.

But, if you email the file, the links break, or if the file's on a server, and you open the file on a different computer than the one that stores your Word document, then the link is broken as well. The solution is to attach any files that support your Notebook file, this way as your file is shared, so are all the necessary support files. It's as if the notebook you created has other documents clipped to it that will travel with it. The tab that has a paperclip icon on it is the Attachmen...

Attaching files to your notebook
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Attaching files to your notebook provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Steve Blatt as part of the SMART Board Essential Training

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Education + Elearning
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SMART Notebook
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