WYNN Tip: Working
with Internet Text in WYNN
You can read
directly from the Internet with WYNN. You can also bring text from
the Internet into a WYNN document to save and use with WYNN's study
1. From the blue toolbar
in WYNN, click the "Go to Web" button.
2. Use the Search
button to search for a topic, or type the address for a website
into the address field. (Note: WYNN automatically uses Google when
you use the Search button).
3. Read text directly
from the Internet using one of three methods:
a. Original View: just
click the Read button
b. Click the WebMask button to see everything grayed
out except the area where you're reading
c. Click Text View to see text only, displayed in your
preferred size, spacing, and background color.
4. Select and Copy text
you wish to work with in WYNN:
a. Select text
(dragging mouse or Select All command)
b. Copy text (Copy button or right mouse click, then Copy)
c. Open a New WYNN document or use Other Doc to
switch to an already open document.
d. Paste text (right mouse click, then select Paste)
5. Save your document
as a WYNN file. Remember to save new changes as you make them.
6. Use a Highlight
pen to highlight key information, then the List button to create
a separate document with just the highlighted text.
Refer to the "Studying"
tip sheet for additional ideas of how to work with the text for