In Workbook, grids are always available to you on the page. To make them visible, or active, right click on your page and select “grids”.
You can choose between different types of grid ("normal" is square; alternatively try our isometric grids!).
You can adjust the size of the grid.
Most importantly, you can switch the grid’s visibility on, or off. You can do this independently of whether you have enabled “snap to grid” in any way.
Snapping is popular to align objects on your canvas, for tessellation activities, or just to make your lines and figures look tidier. You don’t have to have the grid visible to enjoy snapping!
Tutorial video: Working with Grids
What is 'whiteboarding', and how does Workbook help?
A Blank Canvas: Page properties, dimensions etc.
Objects on the Workbook Page: using ink, text, lines, shapes, images, videos, animations, web streams...
Actions on objects: moving, resizing (scaling), rotating, changing properties, flipping, stacking, grouping, linking....
Page sorter: working with pages
Cloning pages & cloning objects on your page, and infinite clones
Grids & snapping: Alignment and drawing aids, plus great templates for handwriting & music
Concept maps, Mind maps, Flow charts: Using connectors in Workbook...
Workbook Tools You Need to Discover: Resource Finder, Screen annotation; stamps, cropping, stacking; spotlight; compass & ruler...
Productivity in Whiteboarding: Using custom tools and custom folders; hide-and-reveal activities and how to create them....
Categories: Workbook / AlphaTeach.