Using handwritten fonts and hand-drawn arrows for callouts
I have two different issues with using handwritten fonts and hand-drawn arrows (http://community.articulate.com/downloads/p/817.aspx).
Using them in Articulate Presentations:
I was just wondering which handwritten font everyone uses most often in their presentations?
What size font do you use?
Do you bold it?
I have tried a few but the quality of them don’t present well once published.
Using them in Word Documents:
I would like to be able to use the handwritten font and hand-drawn arrows as callouts to document screen shots in a Word document, but I have been running into problems doing it.
Can anyone enlighten me on the steps you take to go through the process yourself when you do it in Word? I’m not sure if I am doing it correctly and most efficiently.
Should I use a Word callout and use the arrow image together? It seems to cause issues with items moving around.
I recently tried Snagit and their arrows, but I have found that I need to make the canvas larger to fit the handwritten words and arrows, thus making the screen shot smaller than I would like.
I have also found that the screenshots I place in Word also get distorted a little bit once the document is PDF'd.
Can anyone offer their best practice for creating Word documents with screenshots and callouts?
I'm just finding the process to be cumbersome and feel there must be any easier way.
Thank you for any help you can provide!