Tips & Tricks

Setting the Default Notes Color and Title

November 18, 1999


If you don't like the current Notes Color or you want to change the title of your notes, then read on.

Select your note icon with the mouse button, and select 'Properties' (Right Mouse Click or Edit>Properties)(see Figure 1.1). You can change basically everything about the note here, for example you can change the title, color and also the icon that is displayed onscreen (see Figure 1.2).

Figure 1.1

Figure 1.2

If you want to change the Default Title select 'File>Preferences>Annotations...' and adjust the Title, Size, Font and other settings.

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