Could you please tell me the rule and where to find it? When you have 3 or more columns across the page and the spatial math problems cannot fit how should they be formatted? Example of problems are numbered: 1) 4.57 5) 17. 9) .663 ... .... ....
and so on. Thank you for all your help. I just want to be sure I am doing these correctly.
[quote=dworthing]I'm sorry to keep singing the same refrain, but could you attach a picture of what your print looks like?[/quote]
I will attach what I can save. I understand that spatial math I should just put them in order like: 1) problem 2) problem. Instead of actually following the print numbers, but with the linear math I am wondering if I can split the 2 rows; let's say 1. through 18. into two rows instead of like print and how should I number them? I hope this makes sense, I'm having a hard time explaining. 🙂
I'm sorry. I don't know how to open an .obx file. What program was used to create it?
If I understand from the html file, what you have is linear problems which all need to start in the same cell. If they are the main numbered item (not subitems) they will all start in cell 1. If that is not your question, please try me again.
Unfortunately all I have is the PEARL scanner to scan with and I can't seem to save it to a PDF nor a .jpg. So from what I am getting from you is that I cannot make 2 columns out of 4? I need to make it a list?