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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by 13ilgal, Dec 5, 2012.

  1. 13ilgal

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    I saw an online review of the G Note 2 (the phone) where the reviewer talked about taking a photo of a document, such as a business card, and then writing notes on it, such as where he met the person, etc. The article didn't explain how this was done. I couldn't find anything in the gallery that would allow me to directly write on an image, so I'm assuming you would have to convert to PDF and use a PDF annotator to get this done in the Note 10.1? Or is there some way we can do this in the Note 10.1?

    Thanks for any ideas!
     

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    The way I would do it is to take a screenshot by holding the button on the s-pen and touching the screen with the picture/document you want to write on displayed on screen. This will capture the screen and allow you to annotate it. Then save it as a new picture. Or you can open the pic in S-Note and write on it.
     
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    That works (picture with the pen). I'm not sure I even knew you could do that! :eek: Thanks!

     
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    Great tip!you learn something every day on these forums!
     

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