zannoTate is a vector-based image annotation and drawing program that makes it easy to create professional artwork. You can create anything from simple line item annotation to intricate technical drawings. Even embedded your drawings in documents.
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Description: zannoTate is a vector-based image annotation and drawing program that makes it easy to create professional artwork. You can create anything from simple line item annotation to intricate technical drawings. zannoTate provides all the tools you need for creating high quality, easy-to-manage graphics. The program is a very good tool for annotating your documentation. The documents you create can then be embedded in the files of other programs.
zannoTate fully supporsts OLE (object linking and embedding) so you can put your documents created in zannoTate inside Microsoft Word and Excel documents. At that point it becomes a part of the other document. The program provides you with all the tools you need, including arrows, lines, shapes like rectangle, square, ovals, circles, and more. You can group, ungroup, combine, and break apart objects in a drawing. Insert text, change the font, the color, the size, use bold, italic, underline, and more. The program lets you insert graphics and manipulate them and you can even export a document created in zannoTate as a graphic file. When exporting you can choose from a variety of formats including BMP, GIF, PNG, TIFF, JPG, and ICO.
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