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In TrialDirector 6, you can adjust line and arrow annotations you make under the image tab. Select the line tool or the arrow tool and move the slider bar to the desired size. One is smallest and ten is largest.

 

Would you like to customize some of the annotated text in your document? While you are in the image tab, select the text tool along the top menu. Add your text as normal. Then, if you would like to adjust the angle of the text, click the annotation selector, right click on the text and choose “Adjust Angle�. Slide the bar to the desired angle number and press ok.

 

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In TrialDirector 6, you can adjust line and arrow annotations you make under the image tab. Select the line tool or the arrow tool and move the slider bar to the desired size. One is smallest and ten is largest.

 

Would you like to customize some of the annotated text in your document? While you are in the image tab, select the text tool along the top menu. Add your text as normal. Then, if you would like to adjust the angle of the text, click the annotation selector, right click on the text and choose “Adjust Angle�. Slide the bar to the desired angle number and press ok.

 

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In TrialDirector 6, you can adjust line and arrow annotations you make under the image tab. Select the line tool or the arrow tool and move the slider bar to the desired size. One is smallest and ten is largest.

 

Would you like to customize some of the annotated text in your document? While you are in the image tab, select the text tool along the top menu. Add your text as normal. Then, if you would like to adjust the angle of the text, click the annotation selector, right click on the text and choose “Adjust Angle�. Slide the bar to the desired angle number and press ok.

 

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