The Media Library provides easy access to text and graphics files available to your system.
There are two browsers:
The Text browser shows text based documents.
The Photos browser contains a number of top level folders that list a number of standard locations on your system that contain graphics. These folders cannot be edited. You can only use them to drag objects from the browser into your PDFClerk Pro documents. It also has a PDFClerk Pro Media folder where you can store and manage your own PDFClerk Pro specific collection of objects. The Text browser has only the PDFClerk Pro Media folder for storing text based objects. You can drag folders from the Finder onto the the upper list of the browser, and they will be added to the library. These manually added lists can also be deleted again.
To add individual objects to the library, you select the
PDFClerk Pro Media folder of the appropriate browser, and then drag
objects onto the bottom list. Graphics and text files are simply
copied and added to the library. You can later delete them without
fear of losing your original. It is also possible to drag selected
text out of other programs and drop them onto the list in the text
browser. You will be prompted for a name and PDFClerk Pro will create
a new file with the snippet of text and add it to the library. Double
clicking a listed text file will open it in the default editor for
that file, ready for editing. You can also
save as in the
editor to create a new file derived from the original, that will be
added to the library (as long as you do not change the directory it is