In addition to creating text-highlights and highlight-boxes, you can also add freehand annotations to your documents.
To create freehand annotations, click on the Freehand Drawing button on the Toolbar on the Documents page.
The Freehand Notes dialog box will appear. This dialog box contains a number of options for creating freehand annotations. You can choose between the Straight Line Tool and the Freeform Line Tool, and you can choose from a range of line thicknesses and colours.
The Freehand Notes dialog contains a number of options for creating freehand annotations.
To create freehand annotations, simply drag your cursor across your document. When you release the left mouse button, the Annotation Editor will appear. You can add further lines to your freehand annotation while the Annotation Editor is open. Just like regular highlights, you can add comments to the Annotation Box of your freehand annotations.
A freehand annotation created with the Straight Line Tool.
A freehand annotation created with the Freeform Line Tool.
Once you are happy what you have drawn, click the Save button.
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