A Revolution in Education
Some of the teachers in my school are complaining about the fact that when they create a slide and then display it in Full Screen view, all the objects on the page are not visible. A scroll bar now appears which allows them to scroll to the other objects on the page. This was not the case in Notebook 10. The page they created in that version appeared in its entirety its full version in full screen view. Now the teachers have to be mindful of where they place all their objects and text on a slide so it will all appear together on the screen They are finding this to be a real distraction as they create their pages. Does anyone have a work around for this?
With SMART Notebook 11, full-screen view is set to 'Page Width' by default. This means that if there are more contents vertically, you will be able to scroll down with the scroll-bar. However, you can change the view by clicking on the three dots '...' and select 'Entire Page'. Doing so will fit everything you have on the screen without the scroll-bar. But keep in mind that you may see gray bars on either side of the screen depending on how far you've extend the Notebook page content-wise.
Furthermore, to assist teachers in creating Notebook pages that will fit nicely in full-screen mode, we've given you the option to turn on a 'guideline' under View > Full Screen Page Border. Depending on your monitor/projector aspect ratio, it will show a blue line indicating where objects may or may not show fully in full-screen mode.
Hope this helps!
Thanks so much for your timely reply. This should certainly help the teachers mange this issue.