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annotations in script

Discussion in 'Microsoft OneNote' started by dprawel, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. dprawel

    dprawel Flightless Bird

    Sometimes I want to draw brackets or a box or some other annotation on/around
    script I've written on a page. When I move the script, the annotations don't
    move with it. For example, I may insert space above on the page. I can't
    find a "group" feature, like in Powerpoint, so I selected the annotation and
    the associated script and told ON to treat them as a drawing. They still move
    separately. Any ideas of how to tie them together?
     
  2. Rainald Taesler

    Rainald Taesler Flightless Bird

    dprawel wrote:
    > Sometimes I want to draw brackets or a box or some other annotation
    > on/around script I've written on a page. When I move the script, the
    > annotations don't move with it. For example, I may insert space above
    > on the page. I can't find a "group" feature, like in Powerpoint, so
    > I selected the annotation and the associated script and told ON to
    > treat them as a drawing. They still move separately. Any ideas of how
    > to tie them together?


    ON does not have grouping/anchoring features.
    Although it has been asked for that countless times, it will not be
    available in the new version either. {siiigh}

    A workaround would be to use the "lasso" feature for marking everything
    and then moving the marked areas.
    Zooming in will be of help in so far as this makes it easier to catch
    bigger areas.

    Rainald
     
  3. Bernd

    Bernd Flightless Bird

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    > Sometimes I want to draw brackets or a box or some other annotation on/around
    > script I've written on a page. When I move the script, the annotations don't
    > move with it. For example, I may insert space above on the page. I can't
    > find a "group" feature, like in Powerpoint, so I selected the annotation and
    > the associated script and told ON to treat them as a drawing. They still move
    > separately. Any ideas of how to tie them together?


    1. No grouping (BTW: the definitely most asked for feature in ON)

    2. Use menu: Insert -> Extra Writing Space
    Click and Drag

    Bernd
     

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