I am working on a new hub. I have a capsule that is probably too long and I would like to add a callout in the middle of it but I can't get it to do that. Is there a way to do that?
I think the only way is to make the capsule into two capsules and place the callout in between.
Rochelle and Kenna, thank you for taking the time to reply
The text capsule won't let me break up the text capsule with another text break either. And I don't want to type half of it in again.
Can you copy and paste the second half of your text in the long capsule into a new text capsule?-- then you would have two capsules, between which you can insert a callout.
I agree with Rochelle. I would copy the second part and paste it into a new text capsule, tgen go back and delete it from the original text capsule. I would put a call out in between the two text capsules. I hope you manage to do it.
Rochelle and Eurofile. I managed to get it done. I had a hard time with the copy. I was copying the second half and it was wanting to copy the first half. The blue kept on jumping up to the first half. But I persisted and got it done.
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