Modifying markup definitions
The most common methods to edit markup are to double-click the box you drew to display the markup definition window or to click a box and move it to a new location. But you may have layered markup under other markup, such as having several barcodes in the same area because you want to print only one based on RICOH ProcessDirector conditional processing. You could also place a hidden area over an image and place a smaller image over the hidden area. To edit markup layered under other markup, you can use the Markup Navigator to select the markup you need to edit.
You can use any of the following methods to edit markup.
Methods to modify markup
|Double-click a markup box||Displays the property definition window for the markup box.|
|Right-click a markup box||Displays a popup menu with options to edit the definition of the markup box or to delete it.|
|Click and drag to resize or move a box||Click any box for markup, document properties, or a page group definition. Resizing
handles appear on the corners of the box. Click and drag a corner to change the size
of the box.
Click and drag the middle of a box to move it to a new location.
|Left-click in the Markup Navigator||To highlight a markup box:
Tip: You can keep the Markup Navigator window open as you add, modify, and delete markup. The window automatically updates with your changes.
|Double-click in the Markup Navigator||To edit markup, document properties, or a page group definition:
|Hide markup using the Markup Navigator||To hide markup, document properties, or a page group definition so you can access
Note: When you use the Markup Navigator to hide markup, you are only hiding it from your view of the active PDF file. If you have a control file that contains hidden markup and you save a control file, the hidden markup is saved to the control file, and any definitions in it are processed by RICOH ProcessDirector.