Viewing & Annotating Documents
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July 31, 2022 at 2:06:27 AM
Once your documents are added, they will appear in the Documents section of the Media Bar.
Click on your arrow to expand and show pages.
If you have added *.tif, *.jpg or *.png files, color pages show up as blue.
If you do not already see the Viewer pane, double-clicking on a document page will launch it.
Selecting Annotate/Present from the Workflow Ribbon will give the best layout to view documents.
Click on a document and then select Annotate/Present in the Workflow Ribbon.
Use the toolbar to mark-up or annotate your documents. You can send any annotation to Presentation Mode without saving it.
Or Save them – this allows you to prepare your annotations (mark-ups or treatments) in advance. OnCue does not mark on the original document nor does it save a secondary document (.jpg or .bmp) but saves a “script” with instructions. You can update your annotations if you want to change them.
When you save your annotation, and it is shown underneath the original page with a new ID number. Example: An annotation for 1.2 (ID.page) is saved as 1.2.1. That is the first annotation for page 2 of document 1.
Save Annotations (Ctrl + S) is found in the Viewer toolbar
Once the documents have been added to OnCue and annotated to your satisfaction and saved, they can be added to Notebooks or Presentations – the processes for which are discussed in depth in those sections.
Double-clicking on an annotation, deletes it. Hitting “E” erases them all.
Check out the Getting to know your Toolbar article for all your options.