Learn to insert a graphic template as your own custom stamp

Using Saved Annotations, it's easy to create a graphic in another program, and save that image within Scriptation for use across all of your scripts.

iPad / iPhone



Open your graphic template outside of Scriptation.

TIP: The image should be in .jpeg format. Use Apple Preview's export feature to change file type if necessary.

Tap the Share icon, then tap Copy.



Open Scriptation. Press + Hold on a blank area of your script to access the long press toolbar. Tap Paste.



With the image pasted, tap Save.



After being saved, your graphic can be found by tapping the Clipboard icon on the Annotation bar. To insert this Saved Annotation onto the current page, just tap it!



TIP: Can't find the Clipboard icon? Tap and hold the Stamp icon (when it's not active) to display the Clipboard.

Mac

Open your graphic, image, or template outside of Scriptation.

TIP: The file should be in .jpeg format. Use Apple Preview's export feature to change file type if necessary.

On the Menu Bar, click Edit in the Mac Toolbar, and click Copy.



Open Scriptation. On the Menu Bar, click Edit, then Paste.



With the image pasted, right click it and select Save.



After being saved, your graphic can be found within the Clipboard icon on the Annotation bar. To insert this Saved Annotation onto the current page, just click it!



TIP: Can't find the Clipboard icon? Tap and hold the Stamp icon (when it's not active) to display the Clipboard.

What's Next

Can I sync my Custom Stamps and Saved Annotations across devices?
What are Layers and how do I use them?
How to Add and Move pages
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