2 Select the Object Library in which the annotation you want to edit exists.
3 Right-click over the image you want to edit and select Edit Image…. The Image Editor appears.
4 Edit the annotation using the drawing tools.
5 Click [OK] to save the edited image in the Object Library.
Note: You can use the Image Editor to set a transparent color for the annotation. This creates a transparent effect where the background over which an irregularly shaped annotation is placed shows through in the irregular areas. If you edit an imported transparent GIF file, the transparent color specified in the file will be used. Otherwise, transparency is OFF by default.
TIP:Use a simple, low color image file (one of the 16 colors, for example) whenever possible. Larger, high color images use lots of memory and can slow Recorder performance.
4 Type the text you want to add in the box provided on the Text Tool. Set text font, color, alignment, and format using the toolbar at the top of the Text Tool.
5 In the Text Viewer Window, the text you have added is contained in the rectangular dashed outline box over the image. Position the text by clicking over the selection handles around the perimeter of the image, or anywhere inside the dashed rectangle, and drag until the text is properly positioned.
Note: You can scale the background image using the Scale Image slider controls. These scale factors can be independent or equal. If you want to scale horizontal and vertical sizes equally, place a check mark in the Keep Aspect Ratio box.
Note: You can only save changes when editing an annotation from the Object Library. Changes made to floating annotations are not saved unless they are added to a Layout. The changes to the individual annotation are not saved.