Working with images in Preview


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Working with images in Preview

Mountain Lion's Preview application serves not only is a way to view graphics and PDF files, but also as a light editor. We'll begin our look at Preview by examining how it works with image files. So to do this I'm going to go to my Documents folder, and I'll double click on an image, and automatically that image will open by default in Preview. Now the Tool bar includes the kind of tools that you want to use most commonly, and that includes zoom tools. So zoom in, zoom out.

If you want to share this, click on the Share button, you can email it, you can send it through a Message. You can AirDrop between computers, post it on Twitter, post it on Facebook, post it on Flickr, or you can add it to iPhoto. You can also rotate your images, and you can annotate them, and here's the annotation button, so click on that. Once you do that you have a variety of tools. First one is a rectangle. So if I wanted to call something out, I can draw a rectangle like that, and if I choose to, I...

Working with images in Preview
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Working with images in Preview provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Mountain Lion Essential Training

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