Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Adobe Acrobat to mark up drawings, part 2, part of Construction Industry: Going Digital in the Field.
- [Instructor] Let's see what else I can do … with these drawings. … What I'd like to be able to do is add some markups … on this page, so I didn't add any shortcuts … for any markups, but I can still get to … some additional tools here in this search box. … Let's type mark, and so I started typing markup, … and this gives us some options … for marking up our drawings. … Let's do a text call-out so we can see what that looks like, … and we'll just go ahead … and drag this out. … I'm just right-clicking and dropping that arrow, … and then I can move this around … and put the actual text box wherever it makes sense … on the drawing, so that it's not cluttered. … And I'm just going to say, is this the … correct elevation? … So at this point, I've added a nice callout … to my drawings, and this might be in this case a note … to somebody else that I'm going to email this drawing to, … kind of a request for information. … Is this the correct elevation? … And you'll see that when I added it here, …
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