You may need to attach an asset to your item. You can attach assets that have been pre-loaded into the system. If the file you want to use is not listed, you can upload it to the project. Some assets may require Metadata, if the metadata was not saved with the asset, you are required to add the metadata to the asset when you attach it to the item.
The image assets displays the Attach icon for all files that include all the mandatory details attached to them. Click the Attach icon for the asset you wish to attach to the item.
You cannot attach assets in a Deleted or Rejected state.
For the assets that do not have all the mandatory details, an Edit icon is displayed instead of the Attach icon. Click the Edit icon and a pop-up window opens.
Enter the Mandatory Metadata and click Save.
Click OK when the file has been attached message appears.
To view details about an embedded asset, double-click the image to open the details in a pop-up window.
On this page you can add, edit, and delete comments.
Close the Attach Asset pop-up window.
The Write Question page now includes the attached asset in either the Question stem or the answer option.
Once you have inserted an image asset into a Rich Text Editor, you can change the height and width of the image. You can also add an image description.
Click on the image. Click the Image Options context menu button.
The Insert/edit image pop-up window opens.
When you first open the Insert/edit image pop-up window, if you do not see the dimensions of the selected image click OK and then open the pop-up again. The Dimensions should now be displayed.
The Source field lists the asset location.
The image description field allows you to add alt tags to images to meet accessibility requirements.
If you want to attach assets to metadata fields, make sure the metadata type is Block Text, as that is the only type that accepts assets.
Select the Insert → Asset Manager menu.
It is possible to modify the properties of Spreadsheet Material (.xls and .xlsx file format assets) attached to G-Type Case Text via the pop-up window that appears when double-clicking on the attached Spreadsheet Material.
The Maximum rows, Maximum columns, and Frame Height can be modified and saved by clicking the Submit button.
The Maximum rows range is from 1 to 500, Maximum columns range is from 1 to 100, and Frame Height range is from 0 to 9999.