In this tutorial, learn how to create and save a Notecard using the Notepad, Tag, and 3D Draw features in Human Anatomy Atlas 2020.
Notecards can be created from any anatomy view.
With the new Notepad, you can enter information using the text box in a range of colors and sizes, as well as using italics or bold. You can also draw while your notecard is on-screen and freely move models around while editing! Your saved notecards can be accessed from the main menu.
See this notecard? I made it using new features in Atlas 2020. Here's how:
Start with a 3D model. I'm going to use the heart.
To label anatomy, select it, and select the Tag feature from the Content box. I'll do this for each structure I want to label. These are 3D labels. Drag to readjust the labels to where you want them.
From the bottom bar, go to the Annotate menu and select Notepad. Here, I've got a text box. I can position it where I want on screen and adjust the text box size.
I'm going to make a Notecard to remember blood flow through the heart.
In blue, I'll write a note about deoxygenated blood. In red, I'll write a note about oxygenated blood. I'm almost done, one last annotation.
Back to the Annotate menu. This time, I'll pick draw. Set the place where to draw and use the color palette to show blood flow through the heart.
And there it is, a notecard I can use to study! Select Save Note to save this to the app, or you can use whatever screenshot you have available on your computer or mobile device.