How to Convert Notebook Files to NBK Files for a Smart Board

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The Smart Notebook program enables users to add written and drawn notes on presentation files. The application interacts with a Smart Board during the interactive presentation. The Smart Board contains an interface that captures the activity related to a specific presentation and embeds the translated text and images in the notebook file. Users running earlier versions of Smart Notebook or on Mac computers access files in NBK or XBK formats. You must convert Notebook files to an earlier format to use on other computers with Smart Board or contact the developer, Smart Technologies, to convert the file through e-mail support.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Smart Notebook version 10 or newer
  • E-mail account

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Instructions

    Convert Files

  1. 1

    Launch the Notebook application and open the desired file.

  2. 2

    Select "Save As" under "File" in the top menu bar.

  3. 3

    Type the file name for the converted document in the corresponding field ("File Name" in Windows and "Save As" in Mac) and click the "Save In" button to select the destination folder (if you want to save converted files in a separate folder to avoid confusion over duplicate file names).

  4. 4

    Select "SMART Notebook 1.0" or "SMART Notebook 1.1" from the drop-down menu next to "Save as type."

  5. 5

    Click the "Save" button.

    Send File for Conversion

  1. 1

    Launch your e-mail application and create a new e-mail message.

  2. 2

    Address the message to "support@smarttech.com" and type "File conversion" in the Subject field.

  3. 3

    Type an e-mail message that says you want to convert the file to NBK format and the Smart Notebook version that will be used.

  4. 4

    Attach the desired file to the email message and click the "Send" button.

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