How do I reorder pages in my PebblePad workbook?

Answer

Moving a single page left or right along the top, or up and down under the same tab.

  1. Open your workbook, in edit mode, from your resources.
  2. Open the page you need to move.
  3. Click Properties (top-right).
  4. Make sure 'template' is selected.
  5. Scroll down to the bottom.
  6. Click the big blue button 'Reorder current page'.
  7. Use the after and before drop-down, and select where you'd like to locate your page.
  8. Click Confirm Move.

Moving a single page from along the top into a drop-down or vice versa.
Please read these instructions carefully, making sure to complete each step.

  1. Open your workbook, in edit mode, from your resources.
  2. Open the page you need to move.
  3. Click Properties (top-right).
  4. Make sure 'template' is selected.
  5. Under Reuse Pages, tick 'Make current template visible in your store'.
  6. Note the name of the page.
  7. To add the page along the top, click the + button on the right.
    To add the page to a drop-down, open the drop-down and click Add a new item.
  8. Choose Existing Resource.
  9. Find and click on the page to select it.
  10. The page will appear in the workbook and you will need to follow the set of instructions above these to relocate the page.
  11. Return the page where it was originally located.
  12. Click Properties (top-right).
  13. Make sure 'template' is selected.
  14. Under Reuse Pages, UNTICK 'Make current template visible in your store'. !important!
  15. Now you can remove the page.
  16. Save

If you have a third level, meaning that as well as tabs along the top (first level) and drop-downs (second level) you then have further pages sprouting out from pages in the drop-down ... then you will need to speak to your learning technologist as this is far more complicated. We do not support the creation of workbooks with these third-level 'nested workbooks' but you may have a workbook like that as part of a consortium with other universities, in which case we will help you as far as we are able.

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  • Last Updated May 27, 2022
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  • Answered By Liane Robinson

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