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Graphic Markup Tools

Click on the green Add Feedback button at the top right of the Proofing Workspace screen to prompt the Markup Tools.

The Markup Tools at the top of the Proofing Workspace screen are used to mark up Assets and vary depending on the Asset type you have launched in the Proofing Workspace.

Graphic Markup Tools

The Draw tool is used to draw on the Asset.

Use Tool Options to change the Size of the drawing pencil (line thickness); to change the Opacity of your drawing; and the Colour.



The Region tool is used to draw a rectangle on the Asset you want to draw attention to or highlight for image Cropping. Drag the corner handles of the rectangle until the area is the size you want.



The Callout tool is used to create an arrow. Callout arrows are useful when you want to single out a particular area of an Asset.


 

The Image tool is used to upload a reference Asset from your computer to your Proofing Workspace screen. Adding an Asset can visually support your comment. Drag the corner handles of the added Asset to change the size and shape.

Use Tool Options to change the Opacity of the image.

The Reference tool is used to draw attention to a section of an Asset and link it to a second Asset within the Project, or to a URL. Draw a box on a portion of the asset to indicate where the comment applies. Drag the corner handles of the rectangle until the area is the size you want.

Use Tool Options to Name your Reference and Link to Asset. Browse and select your Project Asset file.

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Use Tool Options to Name your Reference and Link to one or more URLs.

Pan 

The Pan tool is used to select existing markup to move, adjust or delete it.  Or to move around the asset without adding markup.

The Delete tool is used to delete selected, or active Markups on the page. Your Markup is active if it is surrounded by a dotted line.

Use the Delete tool to delete it.


Congratulations!

You have mastered the graphic markup within the Proofing Workspace! Have fun giving feedback. For more markup tools, see the recommended reading in the section below.


 

Further Reading

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