Image Tool
  • 30 Apr 2024
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Article summary

The Image Tool is commonly used to upload or paste Images on Plans such as association Logos, product images or location information.

πŸ’‘Using an iPad or Tablet?

Upload Image

  1. Click Image Tool
  2. Click Choose File
    Locate the Image file
  3. Select the Image, click Open
    (optional) Choose another Image if incorrect*
  4. Click +Add

Uplaod Image

Paste Image

  1. Copy the Image
    Or use preferred Windows / Mac screenshot tool
  2. On a Plan, press ESC
  3. Hold CTRL / Command ⌘ and press V
  4. Click, hold, and drag to the desired position
    Resize by click, hold and dragging the blue square boxes or hold SHIFT to resize the Image in proportion
  5. Click Save

Paste image

Editing an Image

  1. Press ESC to enter Select mode
    Zoom in on the Image to select
  2. Select the Image on the Plan
    • To move: Click, hold and drag
      To move several items at once, use the Select Tool
    • To Resize Image: Click, hold and drag the blue square boxes
      Hold SHIFT to keep the Image in proportion
    • To Rotate: Click, hold and drag the blue dot rotation handle
      Hold SHIFT to lock the rotation to 45ΒΊ angles
  3. Click Actions to:
  4. Click Save
    To Cancel the changes click Cancel
πŸ’‘ To restore a Deleted Image
  • Hold CTRL/Command ⌘ and press Z or
  • Click Undo before leaving the Plan

Using an iPad or Tablet?

Click for alternate terminology.

Things to note when following the above steps:

  • Tap instead of click
  • Unless there is a keyboard attached to the device, there are no shortcut keys on an iPad or Tablet
  • Tap Done instead of pressing ESC

Navigation hints:

  • Pinch zoom
  • Tap hold and drag to pan around a Plan

Uploading Images Method only - unless there is keyboard attached to the device

Images within this article are taken from a desktop computer. Interface appearance on an iPad / Tablet devices may vary based on screen size, potentially hiding or shortening buttons to icons. For accuracy, consider using a stylus, Apple pencil or mouse.

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