If you tap on an existing piece of text then you will be able to edit that piece of text in the same way.
Red markers are drawn in the four corners of the text area; you can touch and drag these points to
change the shape of the text area.
You can use the select tools to select a piece of text and move, rotate and scale it in the same way as
other drawing objects. This is slightly different to changing the text area when editing the text as it
will scale all aspects of the text, including the font size.
Box Mode Off: The text will be drawn on top of the page, without any background filling or border
around it, and will be ‘left justified’.
Box Mode On: This is a more sophisticated mode in which you have a lot more control over the text
parameters. You can also add a border around the text, and also fill the text area with an opaque or
Double tapping on an object like an image or a polygon will create a new piece of text which has the
same size as the object you clicked on. Double tapping on the page, (i.e. away from any drawing
objects), will create a text object which covers the whole page.
Also a double tapping with 2 fingers will also add a new piece of text irrespective of which drawing
tool you are using.
Tap on an existing text object to edit it. Sometimes this may not be what you want, for instance
when you want to place a new text object on top of an existing one. If you tap and hold for 1
second, then a new text object will be created.
Sometimes you may find that small details in your drawing either slow down the refresh of a page,
or get in the way of the ‘bigger-picture’. In these cases it is good to be able to get ZoomNotes to
filter out the smaller drawing elements and to ignore them when refreshing the page.