Jump to content
Due to limited holiday staffing, chat will be unavailable from Thursday, July 2 at 5:30 PM (CDT) to Monday, July 13 at 8 AM (CDT). This will allow us to reply to your email requests as quickly as possible. Thank you for understanding. ×

Mark Ash

Level 1
  • Content Count

    1
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About Mark Ash

  1. Hi all, Appreciate this is an old thread, but here's one technique to allow the use of EN's simple annotate image capabilities to make simple drawings. 1) Use paint.net or equivalent to create a blank image 800x800 in size - save as "Blank Canvas.png" file. 2) Create a new note entitled "Blank Canvas". 3) Right click on note and select "Attach files..." 4) Find and select the "Blank Canvas.png" file. 5) Press Enter and type "End of Canvas" (this makes it easier to know where to click later to make a copy) 6) Similarly, use arrow keys to move to the very start of the note and add: "Copy image below into new note and then use Annotate to create simple drawings." ...press Enter at the end to shift the blank image down to the next line. 7) Enter appropriate tags to make finding this note easier: blank, canvas, picture, etc. Now you have a blank canvas that you can copy 'n' paste into a new note, and then right-click to use the Annotate feature to make simple drawings. I find it best to use an 800x800 blank canvas and use crop feature to reduce the copy when I'm finished. Just make the blank canvas note bigger or smaller to fit your preferred default size.
×
×
  • Create New...