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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by boxu, Sep 24, 2008.
see the attached pic, where are those special characters?
The Clover Leaf is Command/Apple.
The Circle with the Arrow going to the upper left is ESC (Escape).
^ means Ctrl/Control
The - with the \_ is Option/Alt
The Outlined up arrow is Shift.
Here's a nice diagram.
I'm trying to add notes/links to a PDF document in preview, but the keyboard shortcuts (e.g. ctrl-command-N) don't work as shown under the "Tools" bar. Why?
Follow-up question to my previous post: Is there a setting somewhere that turns on the keyboard shortcuts? I just can't understand why they don't work as advertised in my case. Could anybody check by opening a text .PDF document with Preview?
All of the keyboard shortcuts work for me in Preview with PDF files.
Thanks. To add a note, do you simply press the Control, Command, and n keys?
Yes, and it should work provided the PDF is not locked.
Yep thats all I did. It may be that your file is protected so you cant make changes to it. The files I tested on were just PDF copies of my taxes that I made so maybe thats why I was able to do it.
The point of a pdf is that you can't edit it.
Nope, that's not it. I'm able to add a note by going to Tools->Annotate, however given the number of notes I have to add this is not a practical solution.
Any other suggestions?