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it is difficult to write characters because there is no boundary

LeeJaeYoung
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If you enter annotate in the window schedule, it is difficult to write characters because there is no boundary.
What should I do?

 

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AC27 on window 11
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Laszlo Nagy
Community Admin
Community Admin

If you select a Cell you can find out its width and height values. Just click the ... button in the top left corner of the generated schedule. You can also figure out the position of the drawing within the Annotation Window from the other settings. I think vertically it is always in the middle, while horizontally, you have justification settings to check. From these you can figure out exactly where the drawing is located within the Annotation window.

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I did not understand you correctly.
ANNOTATION You asked how to see the boundary when you click on it. Are you saying that you have to know the dimensions to come in and to know and write the size multiplied by the scale?
I use the story as a standard... Does that mean that I have to take that height into account?

 

AC27 on window 11
Laszlo Nagy
Community Admin
Community Admin

Based on your screenshot, it seems that me that you figured out pretty well how large the Annotation Window is and you placed your Text elements accordingly.

Another thing you could do it draw a rectangle or place 4 hotspots in your Annotation Window and you will see how it fits into the Schedule cell.

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