In the annotation column, you can type in your notes and relevant information, as well as draw sketches and ideas that will be useful in producing your animation.
|1.||To draw in an Annotation column, simply use your mouse or pen tablet.|
Typing in an Annotation column is independent from the Drawing mode. You can be in either mode and the typing will work.
|1.||Do one of the following:|
|‣||In the selected cell, press Ctrl (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ (Mac OS X).|
|‣||In the selected cell, hold down Ctrl + Shift + click (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ + Shift + click (Mac OS X)..|
|2.||In the selected cell, type the desired text.|
You can erase part or all of the Annotation column’s text and drawn annotations.
|1.||In the Annotation column header, click to cycle through the icons until the Eraser icon is displayed.|
|2.||In the column, click and drag the cursor on top of the drawn annotation to erase parts of it.|
|1.||In the Annotation column header, click to cycle through the icons until the Select icon is displayed.|
|2.||In the Xsheet view, select the cell range you want to clear of text or drawn annotations. A selection is indicated by four pairs of dots on the left side of a cell. Do not select any cells if you plan to clear everything.|
|3.||In the Xsheet view, right-click in the Annotation column.|
|4.||Do one of the following:|
|‣||Select Annotation > Erase All to erase the entire content of the column.|
|‣||Select Annotation > Erase Selected Images to erase the images contained in the selected cell range.|
|‣||Select Annotation > Erase Selected Texts to erase the text contained in the selected cell range.|