This lets you easily associate the sound with visual elements in your documents. If you delete the
insert, it will not delete the actual sound recording. So if you do not want the visual sound insert just
remove it in the usual way. There is also a new video mode which works on ‘visible’ sounds. So that
sounds are only added to the video when the visible sounds lie within a bookmark’s frame– see the
The grey bar on the right hand side of the Sound Bar is the ‘time-line’ of all the recorded sounds with
the positions where one sound recording ends and another begins shown by a red line. The current
play position is shown by the white vertical line. You can touch on the grey time-line bar to re-
position the current play position. Pressing the ‘Pause’ button will stop the play back of the sound.
To delete recorded sounds, press the Edit Sounds button:
If you swipe from left to right on a sound name in the list, a delete button will be revealed for that
sound. If the sound is inserted in the document somewhere you will be warned that it is in use, and
that deleting it will also delete all of its inserts too.
If you press a disclosure button, (the blue circle with a white arrow), you will be able to rename the
If you tap on a sound’s name then it will be highlighted in blue. You will be able to play the sound
with the play button at the bottom of the list. Also a button on the top right of the list will become
enabled, titled ‘Insert’. If you press this then the sound will be inserted in the centre of the screen.
Whilst recording, any writing you add (or text, shapes, images etc.) will be time linked to the audio
recording. This means that you can select some writing and position the playback of the sound to the
time when the selected element was added. To do this select the element, tap and hold to bring up
the edit menu, choose other, then scroll down to the ‘Sounds’ section and choose ‘Position
Whilst viewing a document you can choose to share the current page (or all the pages) with the
outside world. You can share in various formats, namely PDF, images and videos.
Find the Tools Button on the top toolbar, and choose ‘Share’.