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Programming in LLEAP - copying from Word

Last post 02-08-2017, 10:30 PM by bratliff. 3 replies.
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  •  08-09-2016, 11:54 PM 6080

    Programming in LLEAP - copying from Word

    I am converting my scenarios to LLEAP and wanted to copy and paste the Objectives etc from a Word document, but there is no program on the tablet that will read it.  Has anyone already solved this?
    Barbara K. Ratliff RN, BSN, MBA
    Baptist Health Montgomery, AL
    Institute for Patient Safety
    and Medical Simulation
    Simulation Specialist
  •  02-01-2017, 6:18 PM 6144 in reply to 6080

    Re: Programming in LLEAP - copying from Word

    You've likely got the answer already, since your message is nearly a half-year old, but just in case others are wrestling with this...

    One workaround is to save individual objectives as TXT files and transfer them to your tablet and use either the Paste button or the Browse button.

    (And thanks for all your contributions, Barbara.)

    Glen


    Glen Hoshizaki MD
    VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
  •  02-08-2017, 12:46 AM 6186 in reply to 6144

    Re: Programming in LLEAP - copying from Word

    Addendum:

    The text files don't need to be individual objectives. You can have a list of objectives, each on a single line ending with a hard return. If you're doing this in Word you might save the file as a text file first before you start typing the objectives; otherwise Word will automatically put in soft returns if the objective is long enough to wrap to another line, which SimDesigner will interpret as the start of another objective.


    Glen Hoshizaki MD
    VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
  •  02-08-2017, 10:30 PM 6187 in reply to 6186

    Re: Programming in LLEAP - copying from Word

    Actually, you are the first to respond, thank you so much!  I will certainly try the text document process and the information about the hard and soft returns is very useful.  thanks again!
    Barbara K. Ratliff RN, BSN, MBA
    Baptist Health Montgomery, AL
    Institute for Patient Safety
    and Medical Simulation
    Simulation Specialist
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