HOW TO: Toggle Full Screen Editor Mode

To Toggle the Editor To/From Full-Screen Mode

  1. Navigate to given page.
  2. Ensure have entered editing mode for the given page– i.e.,
    1. Navigate to a given page.
    2. Click “Edit” button (at top or bottom of page)
  3. Click the Toggle Full-Screen button (square icon on the lower right of the Editor Controls at the top of the page)
  4. If originally NOT in full-screen mode, the editor is now in full-screen mode (and vice versa).
  5. NOTE: If in full-screen mode, one must first get out of full-screen mode before saving can take place.

1. Navigate to given page.


2. Click "Edit" button to ensure have entered editing mode for the given page


3. Enter full-screen mode by clicking the Toggle Full-Screen button


4. Perform editing tasks in _full screen mode


5. Exit full-screen mode by clicking the Toggle Full-Screen button


6. Save your work


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