Canon multipass l60 User Manual

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Chapter 7
   Working with Documents in the Desktop Manager    7-29
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Revising Your Annotations
Once you have created annotations in your document, you can revise the
annotations as needed. For example, you may want to resize, move,
delete or cut, or copy and paste an annotation.
Selecting One or More Annotations
To revise an annotation, you must first select it. In most situations, you
can select one or more annotations at a time.
To select a single annotation:
Click the Annotation Select button on the annotation panel. Then click the
annotation.
To select all annotations:
On the Edit menu, click Select All.
This method selects all the annotations in the open document. You
cannot resize an annotation using this method.
To select annotations within a specified region:
Click the Region Select tool on the annotation panel. At the desired
location on the displayed page, drag the cursor to draw a rectangle
enclosing the annotations you want included within the region. A dotted
line displays to indicate the region. On the Edit menu, click Select in
Region. Graphic handles display for the annotations that are selected.
Moving an Annotation
You can move an annotation currently displayed from its present position
in your document to another. You can also change the layering order of
annotations that occupy the same position. Normally, an annotation you
add to the document in the same position as a previously added
annotation is layered on top. As needed, however, you can move the
background annotation to the front, or the foreground annotation to the
back.
To move an annotation:
Select the annotation and drag it to the desired location.
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