Monday , March 18 2019

How To Create A “Guide Graphic” For Your Next PDF

Creating PDF guides can be a lot of fun, and probably one of the most helpful tools you can provide to someone in need of instructions.

Videos are great, but when it comes to creating a step-by-step guide, nothing compares to a PDF guide with screenshots, arrows, and highlights.

In this video, I wanted to show you how to easily create those types of images. Enjoy.

The software I use is called Snagit. Of course, you could use Canva for free or Photoshop, but as you can see from the video, those are quite cumbersome compared with Snagit.

Let me know if you enjoyed this one or have any questions about using Snagit.

…And for you kind & thoughtful folks who always ask me for a referral link before purchasing something, I do not have one for Snagit.

About Nick Haubner

Nick is an innovative entrepreneur and thought-leader. He's always coming up with new angles and "gamified" elements to engage his audience in a way that's not only educational, but fun & rewarding. And, with 7+ years of meticulous studies of various religions, philosophies, and ways of being, he blends his own unique perspective with these "ideas" to bring you a deep (yet easy to understand & lighthearted) view of the World that'll open your eyes and inspire you to dig deeper into yourself to be the BEST you that you can be. Enjoy!

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