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Saving a Worksheet or Document

Saving a Worksheet or Document with Maple T.A. Content

Saving a Worksheet or Document as a Maple Workbook

Saving Workbook Attachments Separate From a Maple Workbook

Saving a Worksheet or Document

  

Resave the current worksheet or document under its current filename, or save a new worksheet or document under a specified name.

1. 

From the File menu, select Save. If the worksheet or document was previously saved, it is resaved under the same filename.

2. 

If the worksheet or document is new, the Save As dialog box opens. Enter a filename and location.

3. 

Click Save.

Saving a Worksheet or Document with Maple T.A. Content

  

When you save a worksheet or document with Maple T.A. content, the authoring and assignment modes determine what the user sees when opening your worksheet.

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If you save the worksheet in authoring mode (task template contents visible) then the user sees this content when opening the worksheet.

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If you save the worksheet in assignment mode (View>Assignment preview assignment), the user sees this content when opening the worksheet.

  

In both cases, the View>Assignment menu item is accessible. As such, users (students) can switch between the original worksheet contents and the displayed assignment.

Saving a Worksheet or Document as a Maple Workbook

  

You can save a worksheet or document as a Maple workbook.

1. 

Select the Workbook tab.

2. 

In the Explorer palette, click Save As Workbook.

  

The worksheet or document is now saved as a workbook (.maple) file.

Saving Workbook Attachments Separate From a Maple Workbook

  

You can save workbook attachments (for example image or data files) separate from the workbook, as standalone files.

1. 

In the Explorer palette, right-click on the file you want to save.

2. 

From the context menu, select Show in Folder.

3. 

Open the file you want to save. The file will open in the default application for that file type.

4. 

Save the file.

  

Note: These instructions do not apply to saving a worksheet attachment as a separate .mw file. For instructions on saving/exporting a worksheet from a workbook see, worksheet/managing/exportWorksheet.

See Also

Display a Maple T.A. Assignment

Document Mode

Export as HTML or HTML with MathML

Export as LaTeX

Export as Maple T.A.

Export as Maple Text

Export as PDF

Export as Plain Text

Export as Rich Text Format (RTF)

Options for AutoSave

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