Use the Graph Annotation Tools toolbar to add annotation items to graphs.
You can change things like the color and size of annotations.
The edits that you can make depend on the type of annotation. For example, for some annotations you can change attributes and units:
For a shape, you can change the fill pattern, borders, and fill lines. For an annotation line, you can change the line type, line color, line size, and specify an arrow style.
Minitab tracks the location of annotations using a coordinate system. The coordinates can be in data units, which are relative to the graph scales, or figure units, which are relative to the figure region. (Usually, the figure region covers the entire graph.) For example, if you use data units (which is the default), then the annotation adjusts when you change the data region or scale. To change the units, double-click the annotation, then on the Units tab, select Switch coordinate system from data units to figure units.
You can copy the text from an annotation to a new graph. You can copy other annotations only to a different location on the same graph.
You can move annotations backwards or forwards relative to each other. You can also rotate annotations.