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Telescopic Text → Resources → How to use the writing tools Follow this tutorial if you need help using the writing tools. Type your starting text, up to 140 characters. The tools to edit and expand your Telescopic Text will now appear. Roll over any part of the interface and a hint will appear. To turn these hints off, click the yellow Hints button so that it turns grey. Click a word and a textbox will appear for you to write new text into. You can simply add to the text that was previously there… …or write different text. Click “Cancel” if you’d rather not add anything inside this text. Now if you click “Fold”… …you will see an expandable piece of text. Click it to reveal the new text that you just added. If you want to add text to more than one word at a time, you can ‘join’ words by clicking in the space between them, then clicking on either word to add more detail. If you want to read your Telescopic Text, click “Preview” to hide the writing tools… ..and click “Edit” to bring them back. This is the structure view.