- At the top of the export window you can enter the Title, Author and Date for your Dynamic Worksheet.
- Tab General allows you to add some text above and below the dynamic construction (e. g., a description of the construction and some tasks).
- Tab Advanced allows you to change the functionality of the dynamic construction (e. g., show a reset icon, double click to open the GeoGebra application window and browser features) as well as to modify the user interface shown in the interactive applet (e. g., show the Toolbar, modify height and width, enabling saving and printing, and others).
The exported HTML file (e. g. circle.html) can be viewed with any Internet browser (e. g. Mozilla, Internet Explorer, Safari). In order to let the dynamic construction work, Java has to be installed on the computer. If you want to use your Dynamic Worksheet in your school's computer network, ask your local network administrator to install Java on the computers. Make sure that your Java install includes the plugin for browsers.
- You can edit the Dynamic Worksheet text with many word processing systems (e. g. FrontPage, OpenOffice Writer) by opening the exported HTML file. You may also edit the Dynamic Worksheet applet by opening the GGB file in GeoGebra and saving it with the same name afterwards.
- See Embedding to CMS, VLE (Moodle) and Wiki for details about exporting GeoGebra applets to these online systems.
- Enable right click, zooming and keyboard editing features: By selecting this feature you will be able to right click objects or the drawing pad in order to access the features of the context menu (e.g. show / hide object or label, trace on / off, Properties dialog). It is also possible to use the common keyboard shortcuts.
- Enable dragging of labels: By selecting this feature you are able to drag labels of points or objects.
- Show icon to reset construction: A reset icon is displayed in the upper right corner of the interactive applet allowing your students to reset the interactive figure to its initial state.
- Double click opens application window: You will be able to open a full GeoGebra window by double clicking the interactive applet.
- Button to open application window: A button is displayed, to open the applet in a full GeoGebra window.
- Show menubar: The menubar is displayed within the interactive applet.
- Enable save, print & undo: It is possible to provide features for saving, printing and undoing the construction. Since this allows the applet to access your hard drive and printer, signed applets are used and every user of your applet is asked to confirm that he trusts it.
- Show toolbar: The toolbar is displayed within the interactive applet allowing to use the geometry tools.
- Show toolbar help: In combination with the toolbar you can also display the toolbar help within the interactive applet. If you want to provide geometry tools users of your worksheet can check the toolbar help in order to find out how to operate the different tools on their own.
- Show inputbar: The input field is displayed at the bottom of the interactive applet allowing to use algebraic input and commands for explorations.
- Allow rescaling: When this option is checked, the applet will try to rescale the construction accordingly to the zoom. This option is ignored if there are multiple views shown in the applet.
- Width and height of the interactive applet: You can modify the width and height of the interactive applet.
- Include *.jar files: Creates not only the html file, but also the *.jar files.
- Remove Line Breaks: removes line breaks from the resulting code. This is needed e.g. when including your applets in WordPress but makes the resulting code less friendly for editing.
- File-Dropdown: You can choose if the export-file is html, MediaWiki, GoogleGadget or Moodle.
- Single File: A dynamic webpage will be created using a single file.
- Single File (Tabs): More than one worksheet can be displayed in the browser, to navigate between the different tasks by using tabs.
- Linked Files: Creates linked dynamic worksheets and provides Next and Back buttons to work on more than one exercise.
- just one Graphics View used (no Spreadsheet, Algebra View etc)
- there's no menubar, input bar etc
- you don't use any commands which call the CAS eg f'(x), Integral,
- you don't use any of these commands: