EXPORT OKULAR ANNOTATIONS TO PDF

Vuzuru I want to send the annotated document to a generic user. To highlight text in the document with some given background color. This is an Okular -specific format for carrying the document plus various metadata related to it currently only annotations. Jaskaran Virdi 31 1.

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Okular allows you to review and annotate your documents. Okular has two different kind of annotations: Text annotations like Yellow Highlighter and Black Underlining for files with text like e. Using the context menu either in the Reviews view of the navigation panel or in the main window you can open a Pop up Note for any kind of annotation and add or edit comments.

Annotations are not only limited to PDF files, they can be used for any format Okular supports. Okular has the "document archiving" feature.

This is an Okular-specific format for carrying the document plus various metadata related to it currently only annotations. Documents saved this way will get.

To open an Okular document archive, just open it with Okular as it would be e. You can also save annotations directly into PDF files. Note Due to DRM limitations typically with PDF documents , adding, editing some properties or removing annotations could not be possible. You can configure the default properties and appearance of each annotating tool.

Please refer to the corresponding section in this documentation. Adding annotations To add some annotations to the document, you have to activate the annotating toolbar.

Once the annotating toolbar is shown, just press one of its buttons or use keyboard shortcuts keys from 1 to 9 to start constructing that annotation. The annotating toolbar helps you to make annotations with drawings, shapes, and text messages. You can use the annotating toolbar to mark up a document e. The table below describes exactly what the default set of annotating toolbar buttons does. Button Description Pop-up Note To draw multiline note. The note will can be viewed by double clicking on an icon in the document.

Click on the tool button, then click on the place in the document where the pop-up note should be added. Enter the text of pop-up note then click on the Close this note button in the top right corner of the pop-up window. It is possible to define the Color, Opacity, and Icon for the note. Just right-click on the note icon created and select the Properties menu item. Inline Note To draw inline note. The note will be shown inline as is.

Click on the tool button, then click with the left mouse button and hold to place the top-left corner of the note, then drag to place the bottom-right one.

Enter the text of the note then click on the OK to save the note, Cancel to cancel note entering or Clear to clear the note. Freehand Line To draw free-form lines. Click on the tool button, then click with the left mouse button and hold to place the start of the line, then drag to draw the line.

It is possible to define the Color, Opacity, and Width for the line. Just right-click on the line created and select the Properties menu item. Highlighter To highlight text in the document with some given background color. Click on the tool button, then click with the left mouse button and hold to place the beginning of the highlighted text snippet, then drag to highlight it. Just right-click on the highlighted text and select the Properties menu item. Straight Line To mark with a line. Click on the tool button, then click with the left mouse button to place the starting point of the line, then drag to place of the ending point of the line should be and click once more.

It is possible to define the Color, Opacity, Width, Line start, Line end, Leader line length, and Leader line extension length for the line. Polygon To draw a closed plane figure from three or more segments. The corresponding note can be viewed by double clicking inside the polygon.

Click on the tool button, then click with the left mouse button to place the first vertex of the polygon, then drag to place of the second vertex.

Proceed until you draw the whole polygon up to the first vertex. Click twice if you want to add some note to the polygon. It is possible to define the Color, Opacity, Shape fill and its color , and Width for the polygon. Just right-click on the polygon created and select the Properties menu item. Stamp To mark the text or image with some predefined shape. Click on the tool button then click with the left mouse button to place the stamp. A single click just places a square stamp useful for icons.

To add a rectangular stamp you can click with the left mouse button and hold to place the top-left point, then drag to place the bottom-right one. It is possible to define the Opacity and Stamp symbol for the stamp.

Just right-click on the stamp icon created and select the Properties menu item. Warning This feature is experimental. Underline To underline some text. Click on the tool button, then click with the left mouse button and hold to place the beginning of the underlined text snippet, then drag to underline it.

Just right-click on the underlined text and select the Properties menu item. Ellipse To draw an ellipse or rectangle around some chosen area. Click on the tool button, then click with the left mouse button and hold to place the top-left corner of the circumscribed rectangular for the ellipse, then drag to place the bottom-right one.

Just right-click on the border created and select the Properties menu item. Typewriter Typewriter features opaque letters on transparent background, so that it is useful to fill noninteractive forms. It is possible to define the Font and Text color for the text. Just right-click on the typewriter text created and select the Properties menu item. These are the default annotations provided by Okular. Using the Annotations page of the configuration dialog you can add your own annotations like custom stamps, text markup with Squiggle or Strike out, a geometrical shape like a Rectangle with inner color to highlight regions etc.

The contents of the annotating toolbar can be configured using the Annotations page of Okular configuration dialog. This page can be opened with right mouse button clicking on the annotating toolbar then choosing Configure Annotations With a single left mouse button click on an annotation tool button you can use a tool once.

If you e. Press the Esc key or click the tool button again to leave the permanent mode. Note The annotating toolbar can be docked in any side of the viewing area: just drag it to move it to another place. Note Activating the annotating toolbar will make you switch to the Browse Mode. You can stop the construction any time by pressing again on the button of the annotation you are constructing, or by pressing the Esc key.

The newly constructed annotation will have as author the author you set in the Annotations page in Okulars configuration dialog. The Annotations page can also be used to configure the content of the annotating toolbar. Removing annotations To remove an annotation, just click on it with the right mouse button, and select Delete or select an annotation using the left mouse button and press the Del key.

When removing the annotation, its window will be closed if open. Note This option could not be enabled because the document does not allow removing annotations.

Editing annotations To edit an annotation, click on it with the right mouse button and select Properties. A dialog will appear with the general annotation settings like color and opacity, author, etc. To move an annotation, hold down the Ctrl key, move the mouse pointer on it and then start dragging with the left mouse button. If you click with the left mouse button on an annotation, it gets selected. Resize handles appear on the selection rectangle.

When the cursor is moved over one of the 8 resize handles on the corners or edges, the cursor shape changes to indicate the resize mode. Click anywhere else on the annotation to move it. Pressing Esc or clicking an area outside the annotation cancels a selection.

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EXPORT OKULAR ANNOTATIONS TO PDF

Okular allows you to review and annotate your documents. Okular has two different kind of annotations: Text annotations like Yellow Highlighter and Black Underlining for files with text like e. Using the context menu either in the Reviews view of the navigation panel or in the main window you can open a Pop up Note for any kind of annotation and add or edit comments. Annotations are not only limited to PDF files, they can be used for any format Okular supports. Okular has the "document archiving" feature.

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Voodoogal Enter the text of the note then click on the OK to save the note, Cancel to cancel note entering or Clear to clear the note. Note This option could not be xeport because the document does not allow removing annotations. You can use the annotating toolbar to mark up a document e. Documents saved this way will get.

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Mooguhn A dialog will appear with the general annotation settings like color and opacity, author, etc. Click on the tool button then click with the left mouse button to place the stamp. If you can convince them to also use okular, that would be fine provided you send them okulaar archive. It have to be a similar directory for windows. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. To draw inline note.

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