You can use VeryPDF docPrint to add comment like text comment and image. If you have used the edit function of VeryPDF docPrint preview application before, you may have noticed the “Add Comments on Current Page” option. This article will show you how to use the “Add Comments on Current Page” option to add image in docPrint.
In case it might be the first time for you to use VeryPDF docPrint which one can download from this website, I will begin introducing from the very beginning:
1 Open the file you want to add image comment.
2 Run VeryPDF docPrint
Press “Ctrl+P” >select “docPrint” as the printer in the “Name” combo box on the “Print” dialog box >press “OK” to open the “docPrint” dialog box.
3 Open the “Annotated document” dialog box
Use the arrows listed on the tool bar to choose the page you want to add image comment, and don’ t forget click this page. this step allows the computer to know which page is the one you want to add image comment>Click “Edit” >select “Add Comments on Current Page” on the drop down menu to open the“Annotated document”dialog box
4 Trigger the comment buttons on the “Annotated document” dialog box
There are nine buttons on the tool bar, the last seven button of which are comment buttons. When the buttons are gray, it is not able to add.
To trigger the comment buttons, you should click the second button to turn them become colorful.
When these buttons become from gray to colorful, it means you can use them to add comment. The following image shows you the buttons after you click the second button
5 Add image on the current page
Select the proper image format in the “Files of type” combo box，for example, *.bmp>Select the directory to find proper image>click the image in the list box, then its file name will appear in the edit box of “File name”>press “OK” to add the image comment on the current page.
Some times, the image may be too little on the page. If you want to enlarge the image comment, you should
6 Enlarge the image comment on the current page
Drag the image comment to make it larger>Click on the border of the image comment>right click with the mouse>choose “Properties” to open the “Properties” dialog box
In the “Properties” dialog box, set white as the color>click the check box of “Transparent Color”>click “OK”
Now, you can view the effect after you add the image comment on the current page:
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