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replace underlying in snagit

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How do I replace the underlying image in snagit without loosing the annotations that reside on top?
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Open the file in snagit editor.

Go to your new image that you want to replace the existing image and select it and then CTRL+c on the keyboard to copy it.

Then go to the image with the annotations on it and CTRL+p which will paste the image in there.

You will not be able to see the annotations at this stage so don't panic.

Then right click on the image and choose order send to back.

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