Markup allows you to add handwritten notes or sketches to a picture or a PDF file. You can also add other elements, like text boxes and shapes. In macOS Mojave, you can add markup to images and PDF files from within a Quick Look preview in Finder without opening an application.
- [Instructor] Quick Look is a feature…in Mac OS that lets you see a big preview…of a file without actually opening an application.…So here in Finder I can select an individual file,…hit the space bar on my keyboard,…and it opens up this nice big preview of that file,…and I haven't even opened up a program on my computer.…When I'm finished with Quick Look,…I can hit the space bar again and it closes that preview.…This is not a new feature in Mojave,…this has been around for years.…But there are some things you can do with Quick Look…if you're looking specifically at a picture or a PDF file.…
So I wanna go to a different folder and find a picture.…I'll select it and hit the space bar to go to Quick Look.…Now up at the top of this panel,…you can see 2 additional buttons.…First, if you're looking specifically at a picture,…you'll have this rotate button.…So if your camera saves your picture…in the wrong orientation, for example,…you can use this to rotate the picture.…I'm just gonna rotate it all the way around…
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