Science Gossip Talk

Two "Ilustrations" but only given one key to describe them in

  • iwakichick by iwakichick

    There were four tables in this article. Two about manure results on crops and two about weather at a horticultural garden. I was not able to separate them or put boxes around them and so all my key words for both are in one box together - for instance "manure" & "weather".... these describe two different and unrelated tables but I couldn't make that clear. 😦


  • jules by jules moderator

    It should be possible to mark separate tables. Here's how:

    1. Click on chart/table and then outline each table
    2. Click continue twice to get to the keyword section
    3. The first table will be highlighted in orange ready for your keywords.
    4. As you click next each table in turn will be highlighted ready for their keywords.

    If this process does not work for you - please let us know! 😃


  • trosesandler by trosesandler scientist

    iwakichick thanks for checking on this. As Jules mentions you can draw boxes around each table but you can also combine boxes if the illustrations in them are about the same topic as with this page. e.g. 1 box with keywords: manure results; crops. 1 box with keywords=weather; garden