1. What is live text?
Live text is text that the user can search, select, highlight, copy, and paste. Live text is the text that can be inspected. Another term for live text is â€œinspectable text.â€
2. How can I tell what text is live/inspectable?
Click Show Inspectable Text on the Master or Sample Preview toolbars. The live/ inspectable text is underlined in red. Click it again to remove the highlights. On the Report panel, Show Live Text, in the More Tools drop-down menu, performs the same function for the purposes of annotating the report. Select the Text Squiggly Underline tool in the same menu to highlight live text in a specific area.
3. How do i perform a partial inspection?
Select Crop, Cross out Text, Underline Text, Create Zone, or Layers (PDF/ AI files only) for partial inspection.
Crop: The cropped area is included in the inspection. Click Crop. Left-click and drag the cursor to select the desired text. The text is cross out in red.
Cross out Text: Text is excluded from the inspection. Click Cross out Text and then click and drag the cursor to select the desired text. The text is crossed out in red.
Underline Text: The underlined text is included in the inspection. Click Underline Text and then click and drag the cursor to select the desired text. The text is underlined in green.
Create Zone: The zone region is included in the inspection. Click Create Zone. Left-click and drag the cursor to select the text in the Master panel to be included in the region. Then select the matching text in the Sample panel. The zone is highlighted in yellow.
NOTE: You can also create table zones.
Layers: The selected layer is included in the inspection. Click Layers on the side panel (via the Toggle Side Panel button). Check the layers to be included in the inspection.
4. I'm having trouble selecting text to underline or cross out; How can this be fixed?
Try toggling Select By Area at the bottom right, clearing the faulty selection, and starting again. Once toggled, you can select text by reading order instead, allowing you to easily underline or cross out complete sentences in the middle of paragraphs.