How to Add a Sticky Note

Sticky Note is a type of annotation tool that can be added anywhere on a page.

There are two ways to add a sticker note in Soda PDF.

 

Method 1

  • Open the Comment Module.
  • Click on Sticky Note.


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  • Click to add a sticker note.

 

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Method 2

  • Right-click on the page of your PDF while in any mode.
  • Choose Insert Comment from the list.


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Your sticker note will be added wherever you click.

  • Add your comment.
  • Click the X to close the comment box.


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You can underline or italicize the text in your comment.

  • Highlight the text.
  • Right-click on it.
  • Choose Text Style.
  • Pick your preferred formatting option.


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  • To open the sticky note make sure you are in the View mode and then click the Sticky Note icon.

 

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  • In the Edit mode, you can move your sticky note. Click the sticky note and you will see it violet-framed, with a pointer over it. Move the sticky note pop-up by dragging it to a different location.

 

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  • To delete a Sticky Note, press the DELETE key or click the Delete option from the context menu while the Edit mode is activated.

 

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You can review a list of all comments in your PDF at any time.

  • Open the Extras pane on the right-side panel and click the Comments icon.


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  • To expand or collapse all the comments available in the currently open document, click the three dots in the Comments panel and choose the option required.

 

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  • To display or hide the comments on individual pages click the page dividers.

 

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We have two additional modules. The OCR module allows you to recognize and edit text within any scanned document or image. We also have the E-Sign module that allows you to electronically sign PDFs and track and manage e-signatures in real-time. If those modules are not available for you, you can purchase them here.

 

     

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