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4.06 Image Annotator
Posted by Hannah Clark on 12 November 2019 07:45 AM

The Image Annotator can be used to quickly circle certain parts of a diagram or add text to an image. To annotate an image, it must be uploaded as an attachment to your notebook. For more information on attachments Click Here.

Download file
Download file excluding annotations.
View file online. This opens the image annotator.
Annotate file. This opens the image annotator.
Rotate. This opens the image annotator.

To annotate an image, click on it. Your image will appear in the image annotator in a new tab. 


Multiple functions are available when annotating, explained below. 
 
This tool allows the user to "Save" the annotation.

This tool allows the user to draw freehand on the image.
This tool is used to create straight lines on the image. 
This tool is used to create a circle. It can be filled in or kept empty using the fill/opacity tool.
This tool is used to create squares and rectangles. It can be filled in or kept empty using the fill/opacity tool.
The freehand shape tool is used to create freehand shapes that can be filled in or kept empty using the fill/opacity tool.
The arrow icon is used to move any items that have been added onto the image.

 The eraser tool is used to remove any items that have been added to the image.
The text tool is used to add text onto the image.
The rotate tools are used to rotate your image. Rotating an image will clear any annotations on the image.
The clear sketch tool removes everything on the sketchpad.
The undo tool removes the last figure.
An arrow can be added to the end of a line by clicking the line button.


The stroke color/width will affect the color and width of a line. The fill color/opacity will affect what color fills a shape and how clear it will appear.

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