How to use the features on "Presenter Supplemental Information" ?

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Sessions you can add Supplemental Information for

You can add supplemental information to all the session pages you are registered as the presenter. List of them is shown in [My Menu] > [My Related Presentation].
Click the link [Add Presenter supplemental information] to add one.

Add Supplemental Information

Presenters can add supplemental information to their session pages. This information is exclusive to registered users who are logging in to this site. You can see the types of information you can add below.

No. Type Content
1 Topics You can add topics on your presentations or the overview of supplemental information using text format. Image files can also be uploaded up to 500 KB.
2 File cabinet You can add electronic files of supplemental information for your presentations. File format: JPEG, JPG, PNG, GIF, PDF (Maximum size: 10MB, Maximum files: 10 files)
3 References You can post up to 20 references.

Add/Edit Topics

You can add topics on your presentations or the overview of supplemental information using text format. Add your topics matching with your supplemental information or registered works and contents in file cabinet. Topics should be written within 400 characters in Japanese, or 150 words in English.

WYSIWYG editor allows you to edit your topics easily. Just input any words and adjust them by the tool bar.
Refer to "How to use Topics editor" for more details.

Add Topics and save.
*Topics you added are ready in staging. Review them and move to live.

How to use Topics editor?

Add Description and Edit Formatting

Add topics to text area. Select text and click on the tool bar above to edit the formatting.

Add Links

Use link tool to add your links to other sites.

Add Images

Use image tool to add images. You can use image tool to upload image files or post an image displaying in other sites to your topics.

Other Tools

You can see what you can handle by Topics editor tool as follows;

No. Mark Button name Description
1 Source Check and edit Topics HTML source code
2 Cut/Copy Cut or Copy selected texts
3 Paste Paste texts and style which have been cut or copied
4 Paste as Plain text Paste texts (excluding style) which have been cut or copied
5 Undo/Redo Undo the former step or Redo the cancelled step
6 Formatting Bold, Italic, etc.
7 Remove Format Remove edited format
8 Text/ Background Color Change text or background color
9 Insert/Remove Numbered list/ Bulleted list Insert Numbered list or Bulleted list for selected texts
10 Increase/Decrease Indent Increase or Decrease Indent
11 Font Alignment Align Right, Align Left, Center
12 Find/Replace Find or Replace any words in editing texts
13 Select all Select all editing texts
14 Spell check Select language or other options for spell check
15 Image Add image file to texts
<Upload Steps>
- Image Properties > Upload tab > Select file
- Click 'Send it to the Server'
- Confirm the sent image in Image Info tab and click 'OK'
16 Insert Special Character Symbols, Greek characters or other special characters
17 Paragraph Format Heading style and etc.
18 Font Name Select Font
19 Font Size Select Font size
20 Link Add/Remove link URL to texts.
Select the texts and click the button. In Target tab, you can select how to open the link.
21 Anchor Specify Anchor for internal link inside Topics
22 Maximize Maximize Topics editor to full-screen
23 Show Blocks Show or Hide blocks in creating texts for adjusting content layout

Add File cabinet

Here, you can upload data of supplemental information for your presentations, such as slides or figures used in your presentations. File format: JPEG, JPG, PNG, GIF, PDF (Maximum size: 10MB, Maximum files: 10 files)

Add/Edit File

You can upload attachments with the extension of pdf, jpeg, jpg, png, and gif only. Enter Title, select file and upload.

*Uploaded files are ready in staging. Check and move them to live.

Move to Live/Move to Staging

You can move your files to live and move them back to staging by clicking "Move to Live" or "Move to Staging" on each file.

*All uploaded contents (articles, PDF, figures) must be completely passed through the procedure of copyright clearance. We assume no responsibility for the damages the user may suffer caused by the copyright infringement in File cabinet.

Add References

You can post up to 20 references. By entering DOI or URL, the link will be automatically generated.

Add/Edit References

You can post references along with their DOIs and URLs. By entering DOI or URL, the link will be automatically generated or only your list of references will be displayed when leaving DOI or URL blank.

*References will become live on the website immediately after they are added. Please check if the links you registered bring you to the right place.