Passage Library

Passage Library

Follow these step by step instructions to add a passage from the Passage Library into your question.


1. Click on the blue pencil within any question editor to open your Rich Text Editor.




2. In the Rich Text Editor, click on the Passage Library symbol (it looks like a book).



3. Choose the passage you would like to use in your question and click the Select Passage button.



4. The passage will be automatically inserted into your question.


For more help on this or any other topics, please contact hello@edcite.com.


Click the following link to access the Google Document for this solution:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hsNOMjSUTsQF_IelJB-_aL5ZTCIpUd0PEtg88X2tt2g/edit?usp=sharing


ENG02-30

Updated 8 Aug 2017



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