"Sample Word Document or Email Draft"
Sample Word Document or Email Draft The following examples show how you might copy links from a HyperScope bookmark icon or purple number into something you are drafting or tracking. For instructions on this see the HyperScope Tutorial – Bookmarks section. Example 1 – For Writing Hi there! This is a sample document to show how Microsoft Word documents can point to HyperScope pages. Let's imagine that I am discussing the HyperScope design document. I might suggest that you begin at the overview of the design document. There is a detailed client and server area of the document, as well as info on the file format we are using. Example 2 – For Commentary In the following you can see how you might compose an email replying to a document or article, where you can quickly paste in links to the specific sections or paragraphs you are giving feedback on, with whatever viewspecs you think would be most helpful to your recipients. You can embed the links behind the text if you prefer (as in Example 1) or just paste the link as below. Design Feedback (rev 1.0) Here’s my feedback on the latest HyperScope Architectural Design document: http://hyperscope.org/hyperscope/src/demos/hyarch.opml 1. Re: Resolving the address http://hyperscope.org/hyperscope/src/demos/hyarch.opml#4C1A2 Yes, I vote for fully reloading the page, but you might also want to consider reloading just the affected nodes. You might want to also take a fresh look at Engelbart’s intention in his OHS article http://hyperscope.org/hyperscope/src/demos/augment-132082.opml#077:wm 2. etc. Example 3 – My Custom Bookmarks File Here’s how you might start you own custom bookmarks file in your editor. • Engelbart’s ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF AN OHS basic list of features • Engelbart’s Four General Groupware Architectural Requirements as applies to groupware • Etc.