PDF Editor Tips - Keep Tool Selected

PDF Editor Tips - Keep Tool Selected

Hello Doc.It Users

- The button to change the behaviour of a tool, such as the stamp tool, to remain selected during use is located on the Properties Toolbar.
- The properties tool-bar can be made visible pressing CTRL-E on your keyboard
- Once the desired tool is selected, also click the "Keep Tool Selected" button. You will see that the light bulb will turn yellow when the action is activated for that tool.

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