This tutorial goes through the motions as if I was not able to add a description to the image. This method works well if you use genealogy database software or if you don't. Unlike, Evernote, it has a few more annotation features and when you save the file, it saves it as an image file that is compatible with your genealogy database software.
So, here's the tutorial. Yes, I said, 'Um..." and "So" a lot. But? At least I did the tutorial. So. I'll work on that. =) To see everything in detail, you need to click on the full screen icon in the bottom right hand side of the video box thingy. [Technical jargon *snort*]
Note: I am an affiliate of Ancestry.com. I am not being paid to use their software, and I only purchased FTM2012 recently because it comes the closest to supporting the way I actually do online and offline genealogy research. Being an affiliate of Ancestry.com does not mean this post is biased. Don't worry. I'll be posting what I'd like to be different on it as well. This blog post is my honest opinion of the software. If you are interested in purchasing the software and you choose to do so by a link on my website, then I will receive a small referral commission. But? Please only buy the software that you think will support how you actually research online and offline. FTM2012 may not be the software for you. And that's okay. For more information please visit my Disclosure Page.