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Editing or deleting a module

Once a module has been added to your page, you may wish to return to it and make some changes. This is straight forward to do and can also save time if you need to duplicate it or add similar modules.

Editing a module

Select a module on your Editing_a_module.jpgpage followed by the Edit option from the quick tools menu (indicated by the type of module that has been used) to open the module content ready to edit the content.

Module settings

The Settings palette will be enabled when a module has been selected on your page.

All modules contain the below settings:

  • Title
  • Tooltip
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
  • Important
  • Position and size
  • Developer

Further options will be available, such as Border Colour, depending on the module type.

Find out more about settings on the Settings Palette page.

Deleting a module

If you Delete_button.jpgno longer require a module, it can be deleted.

To delete, select a module on the page followed by the Delete Module option from the Modify Module palette.

The delete key on your keyboard can also be used to delete a module.

Top tip!
Please be sure when deleting a module, as once it has been removed the interactive content cannot be restored. 

Modify a module

Further options are available if you wish to modify a module.

You can choose from a number of options in the Modify Module palette:

Modify Module option

Further options available

Copy & Paste Module

  • Copy Selected Module
  • Paste Copied Module

 

  • Copy Module Settings
  • Paste Module Settings

Find out more about copying a module here.

Align Modules

  • Align Left
  • Align Center
  • Align Right

     

  • Align Top
  • Align Middle
  • Align Bottom

Example
Selecting Align Left will align the left edge of the modules in your selection to the leftmost module in the selection.

Distribute Modules

  • Distribute Horizontally
  • Distribute Vertically

Example
Selecting Distribute Vertically will distribute the spacing between the three modules vertically, making the spacing equal.

 

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