Photos and Images (Mac)

Enrich notes and tell a story by adding photos and images.

Adding Photos to a Note

  • Drag and drop a photo from the desktop onto:
    • An open note. The photo will be added to the open note.
    • The note list. A new note containing the photo will be made.
    • A subject. A new note containing the photo will be made in the subject.
  • Copy-and-paste a photo from another source into a note with control-click, two-finger tap on a trackpad, or Edit > Paste from the menu at the top of your Mac's screen.
  • Click Edit > Insert Photo from the menu at the top of your Mac's screen to open a Finder window in which photos can be selected to add to the open note.
  • Click File > Import from the menu at the top of your Mac's screen to open a Finder window in which a photo can be selected to create a new note.

Editing Photos or Images

  • To select a photo, click on it while using the typing tool.
  • To resize a photo, select it and then click and drag the corner handles.
  • To move a photo, click and hold in the middle of the photo and drag it to a new location.
  • To copy a photo, control-click it, use a two-finger tap on a trackpad, or click Edit > Copy from the menu at the top of your Mac's screen.
  • To cut a photo, control-click it, use a two-finger tap on a trackpad, or click Edit > Cut from the menu at the top of your Mac's screen.
  • To delete a photo, select it and press delete on your keyboard.
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