Tutorial - “Annotate” a PDF document with Foxit Reader 5.1

Tutorial - “Annotate” a PDF document with Foxit Reader 5.1
Tutorial - “Annotate” a PDF document with Foxit Reader 5.1
IMPORTANT: This tutorial assumes Foxit is installed and used as your default Reader.
Note: To show or hide Foxit Reader’s basic Toolbars, click Ctrl + H.
To add more tools, click Tools > Customize Toolbars...
The following tools are sufficient for most annotation needs but there are lots more.
Use the Typewriter to add text without a border to a PDF document
Try it here:
Double click within box to format. Right click to Cut.
The Textbox adds text within a coloured box.
Your turn:
Double click within box to format. Right click to Cut.
Use the Snapshot tool to select a section of a PDF document to Paste into a Word
document. (Similar to Print Screen)
Give it a try:
You will need a Word document open for this test.
The Highlight Text tool adds a highlight to the selected text.
This one is too easy, but try is anyway! :
Use the Note tool to add a retrievable, hidden note.
Try it now:
Use the Drawing tools to add lines, arrows, shapes and free-hand drawings.
Right click on item, then Left click Properties... to format, or Cut to delete.
Your turn:
Congratulations - you are well on your way to becoming a Foxit “Annotation” Master
Even more options are available from the Menu Items including:
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File: Email, Share, Print
Edit: Attach a file. Add Bookmark, Image, Multimedia
Tools: Zoom, Find text, Search, Change Style, Customize Toolbars
Comments: Add a Note, Format text, Draw things, Measure, Attach a file
Help: Set as default PDF Reader, Check for and install updates, User Manual
Please enjoy exploring and using Foxit Reader
jl Mar. 2012
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