1. Paper Operations

1-1. Creating a Sticky Note

1. Click anywhere on the Paper.

・This displays the Sticky Note menu.

2. Click the type of Sticky Note (operation) you want to use.

(Calculate Sticky Note) ... For arithmetic and function calculations

(Graph Sticky Note) ... For graphing and numerical table creation

(Statistical Data Sticky Note) ... For statistical calculations

(Geometry Sticky Note) ... For geometric figure drawing and analysis

(Text Sticky Note) .... For notes, comments, etc.

・Selecting a Sticky Note type creates a Sticky Note for the applicable operation.

・You can repeat steps 1 and 2 above and create multiple Sticky Notes, if you like.

1-2. Creating a new Paper

1. In the Paper header, click [New Paper]

・This saves the displayed Paper and displays a new Paper.

1-3. Moving a Sticky Note

You can move a Sticky Note around the Paper by dragging it.

1-3-1. To move multiple Sticky Notes at the same time

1. Click the select button () in the upper left corner of a Sticky Note you want to move.

・Its select button will change to .

2. Repeat step 1 for all of the Sticky Notes you want to move.

3. Drag one of the selected Sticky Notes.

・This will cause all of the Sticky Notes whose select buttons looks like to move accordingly.

1-3-2. To undo a Sticky Note move operation

Click the Undo button () in the Paper header.

If you moved a Sticky Note multiple times, you can sequentially undo the moves by clicking the Undo button again.

Note

  • To sequentially return a Sticky Note back through its moved locations, click the Redo button () in the Paper header.

1-4. Resizing a Sticky Note

You can re-size a Sticky Note that has a resize handle () in its lower right corner by dragging the handle.

1-5. Changing the Fill Color of a Sticky Note

1. Click the Sticky Note whose fill color you want to change to select it.

2. Click the Sticky Note settings button ().

・This displays the Color Palette.

3. Use the Color Palette to select a color.

4. After selecting a color, click the Sticky Note.

1-6. Deleting a Sticky Note

1. Click the Sticky Note you want to delete to select it.

2. Click the Delete button ().

1-7. Changing the Header Color of the Current Paper

1. Click the Header Color button ().

2. Use the Color Palette to select a color.

・This changes the Paper header to the color you selected.

1-8. Changing the Title of the Current Paper

1. Click the Paper header title.

・This causes a cursor to appear in the title area.

2. Use your computer keyboard to edit the title as you want.

1-9. Combining Multiple Sticky Notes

Example: To combine the two Graph Sticky notes shown below

1. Click one of the Graph Sticky Notes.

2. Drop the Graph Sticky Note you clicked onto the other Graph Sticky Note.

Note

  • You could also perform this operation by dragging-and-dropping Graph Function Sticky Notes.

1-10. Separating Combined Sticky Notes

Example: To separate the two combined Graph Sticky notes shown below

1. Click the combined Graph Sticky Note.

・This displays drag handles below the left corner of the Sticky Note.

2. Drag the handle of one of the Graph Sticky Notes to a location outside of the other
Graph Sticky Note.

Note

  • You could also perform this operation by dragging-and-dropping a Graph Function Sticky Note drag handle ().

1-11. Configuring Calculation Settings

1. Click the Settings button () in the Paper header.

2. Click [Math Settings].

・This displays the Math Settings dialog box.

3. You can use this screen to configure settings below.

Number Format

  • Specifies the number of digits for display of a calculation result.
  • Normal 1: Automatically uses exponential notation when calculation result X is in the range of $10^{-2} >|x|, |x| \geqq 10^{10}.$
    Normal 2: Automatically uses exponential notation when calculation result X is in the range of $10^{-9} >|x|, |x| \geqq 10^{10}.$
    Fix 0 - Fix 9:   Specifies the number of decimal places for calculation results.
    Sci 0 - Sci 9:   Specifies the number of significant digits and the exponent for calculation results.

Angle

  • Specifies the angle unit as radians, degrees, or grads.

Complex Format

  • On:   Performs complex number calculations.
    Off:   Performs real number calculations.

Calculation Results

  • Decimal:   Displays calculation results using decimal fractions.
    Standard:   Displays calculation results using numerical fractions.

Assistant

  • On:   Enters the Assistant Mode.
    Off:   Enters the Algebra Mode.
  • Algebra Mode, calculation result expressions are automatically simplified.
  • Expressions are not simplified in the Assistant Mode.
  • Expression Assistant Mode Algebra Mode
    $x^2+2x+3x+6$ $x^2$$+2·x+3·x+6$ $x^2+5·x+6$
    $expand ((x+1)^2)$ $x^2+2·x·1+1^2$ $x^2+2·x+1$
    $x+1($When $1$ is assigned to $x)$ $x+1$ $2$

Descending Order

  • On:   Calculation result expressions are displayed in descending order.
    (Example: $x^2 + x + 1$)
    Off:   Calculation result expressions are displayed in ascending order.
    (Example: $1 + x + x^2$)

Variable is Real

  • On:   Variables are treated as real numbers.
    Off:   Variables are treated as complex numbers.

Q1, Q3 on Data

  • On:   Statistical Q1 and Q3 are calculated using French calculation rules.
    Off:   Statistical Q1 and Q3 are calculated using standard calculation rules.

Note

・Initial default settings are shown below.

  • Number Format: Normal 1
    Angle: Radian
    Complex Format: Off
    Calculation Results:   Standard
    Assistant: Off
    Descending Order: On
    Variable is Real: Off
    Q1, Q3 on Data: Off

1-12. Adding Comment Text to the Current Paper

1. Click the Settings button () in the Paper header.

2. Click [Description].

・This displays the Description dialog box.

3. Input the text you want and then click [OK].

・This saves the text and closes the Description dialog box.

Note

・The next time you display the Description dialog box it will show the text you input.

To edit the text, click in the upper left corner of the dialog box.

1-13. Adding Searchable Tags to the Current Paper

Multiple tags can be added to a Paper. Tags make it easier to search for a Paper.

1. Click the Settings button () in the Paper header.

2. Click [Tags].

・This displays the Tags dialog box.

  • (1) Input box
  • (2) Register button
  • (3) Tag list

3. In the input box, input the name of the tag you want to add to the Paper.

4. Click the Register button ().

・The tag you input will be shown in the tag list.

5. To register multiple expressions, repeat steps 3 and 4.

6. After registering all of the tags you want, click [OK].

Note

・Clicking the input box will display a menu of tags. You can use the menu to select a previously registered tab.

・You can delete a tag from the menu by clicking the mark to the right of the tab name.

1-14. Adding the Current Paper to Favorites

1. Click the Settings button () in the Paper header.

2. Click [Favorite].

・This adds the currently displayed Paper to Favorites.

Note

・To remove the current Paper from Favorites, display it and perform the same operation as above.

1-15. Making a Copy of the Current Paper

1. Click the Settings button () in the Paper header.

2. Click [Duplicate].

・This duplicates the currently displayed Paper.

1-16. Adding a Comment Using a Text Sticky Note

1. Click anywhere on the Paper.

・This displays the Sticky Note menu.

2. Click .

・This creates a Text Sticky Note.

3. Use your computer keyboard to input the text you want.

Note

・You can input a function into a Text Sticky Note by clicking in the lower left corner.

1-17. Viewing the Profile of the Current Paper's Author

1. Click the Settings button () in the Paper header.

2. Under Author ID, click [Detail].

・This displays the profile of the author

Note

・Clicking [See this user’s paper] displays a screen that shows a My Papers screen containing Papers that the author has shared.

1-18. Returning to the My Papers Screen

Click the Paper header Back button ()