Overprint and different layers can be toggled on and off in Notes via icons on the top toolbar.
1. Overprint, Layers, and Separations
Clicking the Overprint icon (:Uno:) displays a simulation of how blending and overprinting appear in the color-separated output, which will not be applied to the inspection. Toggling Overprint also re-loads the files.
The default is toggled ON.
Clicking the Layers icon toggles on the Side panel, where users can (un)check different Layers on the loaded Master or Sample to include/exclude in the inspection.
Clicking the Separations icon toggles on the Side panel, where users can (un)check different separations on the loaded Master or Sample to include/exclude in the inspection.
Once a tool is selected, move the cursor and click on the file.
Font Information: Click and drag over text in the file for the font name, size, and weight (available in Notes only).
Text Highlight: Click and drag the cursor to highlight the next on the page.
Free Hand: Click and drag the cursor to draw the annotation.
Free Text: Click and drag the cursor to draw the text box and start typing.
Color Picker: Click anywhere in the file for RGB and CMYK color information specific to that exact point.
Text Underline, Strikeout, and Squiggly Underline: Click and drag to underline or strikeout text.
Line: Click and drag the cursor to draw the annotation.
Arrow: Click and drag the cursor to draw the annotation.
Signature: Click and draw a signature in the window that pops up and then click Add Signature.
Comment Note: Click to draw the annotation, enter text in the Annotation panel, and click Save.
Callout: Click and drag the cursor to draw the annotation and click again to add the callout box.
Add Image: Click on the file to browse for an image to add on top of the file. Click on the added image to move (click inside its borders and pan) or resize (click on its handles and drag).
Shapes: Click and drag to draw a rectangle or ellipse. For the polygon, polyline, and cloud, click, drag, and click again to draw one segment. Double-click to release the cursor once finished.
Cloud: Click and drag to draw a cloud on the page.
HINT: All annotations are listed in the Notes panel on the right.
Edit, comment or delete it. Click Save to save any edits. To delete the annotation itself first, click on the Inspection panel and then select Delete from the menu.
3. Share document
Click Share document on the top-right corner of the Report panel.
Enter the email address(es) of the recipients in the field that appears and click Share.
To share the report with multiple recipients, separate the addresses with a semi-colon. Example: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com.
If another user is working on the document at the same time, their annotations can be seen after reloading the document.
Click Reload to view updates on the document.
5. Saving annotations
It is possible to save the annotations in the document, as such the report would contain all the added comments/illustrations.
Click the Save Annotations icon to save the report with the added annotations.
6. Download the annotated document
Click Download the annotated document to download an annotated PDF document to your computer.