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The deck page provides access decks and slides in SlideWiki. It is made up of components, grouping similar functions.
When a deck is opened or you select the deck title in the breadcrumb or Deck controls, you will see the Deck View in the content area.
The Deck View displays information about the deck and thumbnails of the first 3 slides.
Click on a thumbnail to jump directly to the slide.
If you are not the owner of the deck, you will be prompted to “Save as new revision”.
If you are the owner you have the choice of whether to overwrite your existing deck information by Saving or creating new revision of the deck.
This view, accessed through the Expand button, offering a zoomed in view of the slide.
The Deck Tree, Activity Feed and Additional Content tools are minimised.
The deck tree shows you the slides and sub-decks within your deck. It contains functions for restructuring your deck. Use the arrow keys to move up and down through your slides.
The context menu allows you to add a new slide or sub-deck, duplicate or delete a slide. This can be accessed through the expansion button to the right of the slide title or using the shortcut key right-arrow.
You can re-order slides by dragging a slide to its new location in the deck tree.
Slides are shown in the content area. Use the Deck Tree or the controls below the slide to move between slides.
Speaker notes are shown below the slide.
left / right arrow key = move forward / backwards through slides
f = full screen mode (ESC to exit)
o or ESC = show / exit overview of slides
. or b = turn screen black / return to slides
s = launch speaker view in new browser window, showing current and next slide, notes and timer.
Sources: Attach information and links to web pages, documents, publications etc to a slide. Use this to attribute images and content used in the slide.
Comments: Add or reply to a comment.
History: See early versions of a slide of deck. Select a revision to see it in the content area. Use the revert button to restore to a previous version.
Usage: links to other decks using the same content.
Contributors: see who has contributed to the slide or deck.
New slides are created with a default layout with a title box and content area. To create a new content area click the Add input box.
To edit a slide, click on the Edit tab. Once an input box has been selected, the editing toolbars will be displayed.
Once you have edited a slide, you must press Save for your changes to be saved.
The border and shaded area below the slide indicates content area that will not be shown in a standard slide area without zooming out.
If you wish to access a deck offline or print it out, then you can export it as a PDF file.
Click the export button and new tab will open while your PDF is created. You can return to the deck and continue working as once the PDF is ready, the tab will be closed and the file will be avilable to download.
It is possible to deactivate your SlideWiki account in My Settings > Account. This will deactivate your log in but all your content will remain public on SlideWiki. To reactivate your account please email support email@example.com or use the feedback button. Please make sure you provide the email address you used to log-in.