Sometimes in a file, there just isn't enough room to get everything you want down on the page, or you've got an activity for your students that needs graph paper or lines for them to write down the answers on.
Luckily, Kami has a way to do just that for you, by adding a blank page or three to the bottom of a document.
Adding Blank Pages
If you want to add a blank page to the document, you'll need to scroll down to the bottom of the document, and find the circular Plus icon at the bottom of the document:
Once you click that Icon, you will see an "Add New Pages" menu pop up.
We have 4 styles of blank-page available that can be added to any document.
A standard A4 plain white page.
Useful for when all that's needed is extra space for workings or typing on long passages. Some teachers have used the space from drawing out explanations as though using a whiteboard for the Screen capture tool.
A4 page with ruled lines and a margin at the side. Useful for handwriting using touch devices or organizing notes.
A4 page divided by grid lines. Best used with either the shapes or drawing tools for accurate scaling in graphing exercises.
Music Sheet Page
A4 page lined for musical compositions.
Alongside those blank page options, we've also made a large number of the Kami Library Templates available to insert as pages from the dropdown menu.
Removing/ Rearranging Pages:
Once you've added those pages, they will appear at the bottom of the document.
If you need to re-order or remove pages from the document, you can do so by loading the document into the Kami Split and Merge tool from the dropdown menu in the menu bar (For more information on Split and Merge, please see the help article available here)
If you need further assistance, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.