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Since the best way to learn a new tool is to use it, we've developed ten easy sessions to familiarize you with the various features of WinFlash Basic, Scholar and Educator.  While we hope that you'll eventually try all of the exercises, simply completing the first one will show you all of the steps needed to create useful text-based study files!

Just click on the appropriate topic below to start learning WinFlash!

1. Your First WinFlash Study File - Create a new study file and quickly develop a small, text-only review of New England's state capitals.

2. Categories, Hints, Comments and More - Starting with the file completed above, add categories, hints and comments and use  text effects to add emphasis and clarity to your file.

3. Multiple Choice, Fill-in-the-blank and Other Pair Types - Vary your file with the addition of different  Q&A pair types.

4. Bring On the Multi-media - Complete your first file by adding sound, graphics and video enhancements.

5. Take a .FLT-file Test - Explore WinFlash's built-in test engine by taking the test on the Demos menu.

The additional step-by-step sessions below will help you learn to apply the extra features of WinFlash Educator.

6. Add an Intro and .RTF Support File - Use Educator's built-in .RTF editor to create an introduction and add an associated .RTF file to the study file created in 1-4 above.

7. Create a Composite Source File - Use Educator's powerful file merging, filtering and ordering tools to build a new file by combining Q&A pairs from two of the example files.

8. Create a Compiled Study File - Compile a study file from the composite .FLU file created in Tutorial 7.

9. Create a Compiled Test File - Compile a test file from the composite .FLU file created in Tutorial 7.

10. Grade a .FLR Result File - After taking the test in Tutorial 5, open the results file and see how you fared.


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