Using Annotated Shapes to Highlight a Point of Interest Within a Scribe | Scribe

    Using Annotated Shapes to Highlight a Point of Interest Within a Scribe

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      Selecting the Scribe

      Open Scribehow via the following url once the user has finished capturing their Scribe\ \ <https://scribehow.com/workspace#created_by_me>
      Click the Scribe tile that the users wishes to edit
      Click the "Edit" button

      Editing the Scribe

      Click the highlighted image logo in the step the user wishes to annotate a a shape
      Click the "Annotate" button
      Click the "rectangle" button
      Click the line color icon
      Click on the selected color the users wishes the shape outline to be
      Click "Adding Header(s) to a Scribe | Scribe"
      Click where the user wishes the base of the shape is to begin from
      Hold and drag the cursor to fit the shape the user wishes to highlight
      Click the dropdown selection box under "line width"
      Choose the size user wishes to select
      The annotated shape will display as show below
      Click the "Done Editing" button
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