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    • NetMeeting 3.X & MSN Messenger
    • Hosting a Meeting
      • Click Start , point to Programs , and then click NetMeeting .
      • On the Call menu, click Host Meeting .
      • In the Host a Meeting dialog box, in the Meeting Name box, type the name of the meeting.
      • In the Meeting Password box, type the password.
      • Select the Only you can accept incoming calls check box.
      • Under Meeting Tools , select the Chat , Whiteboard , and Sharing check boxes.
      • Click OK .
      Hosting a Meeting
    • Joining an Existing Meeting Joining an Existing Meeting
      • To join a meeting:
      • Start NetMeeting.
      • In the Address box, type the Internet Protocol (IP) address for Suzan’s computer.
      • Click the Place Call button.
      • In the Enter Password dialog box, in the Password box, type your password, and then click OK .
      • To locate your computer’s IP address:
      • Click Help , and then click About Windows NetMeeting .
      • Click OK to close the About Windows NetMeeting dialog box.
    • Conducting Chat Sessions Conducting Chat Sessions
      • To conduct a chat session:
      • Click the Chat button at the bottom of the NetMeeting window.
      • In the Message box, type a comment.
      • Click the Send Message button or press ENTER.
      • To save the chat transcript:
      • In the Chat dialog box, on the File menu, click Save As .
      • Open the folder that you want to save the file in.
      • In the File Name box, type a name for the file.
      • In the Save as Type dialog box, click Chat Files (*.htm; *.html) , and then click Save .
    • Using the Whiteboard Using the Whiteboard
      • To open a file:
      • Click the Whiteboard button at the bottom of the NetMeeting window.
      • In the Whiteboard window, on the File menu, click Open .
      • Navigate to the file you want to open, and then click Open .
      • To insert a page:
      • On the Edit menu, click Insert Page .
      • Click the navigation buttons in the lower-right corner to move from page to page.
    • Audio/Video Conferencing
      • To start Audio/Video Conferencing:
      • Click the Start Video button.
      • To adjust video conferencing settings:
      • On the Tools menu, click Options , and then click the Video tab. ( Note: The video options may take a few seconds to appear.)
      • To stop Audio/Video Conferencing:
      • Click the Stop Video button.
      Audio/Video Conferencing
    • Sharing a Program Sharing a Program
      • To share a program:
      • Open the program you want to share.
      • Click the Share Program button at the bottom of the NetMeeting window.
      • In the Sharing dialog box, click the name of the program that you want to share, and then click Share .
      • Minimize the Chat and Sharing dialog boxes.
    • Granting Control of a Program Granting Control of a Program
      • To grant control of a program:
      • Click the Share Program button at the bottom of the NetMeeting window.
      • In the Sharing dialog box, click Allow Control .
      • Wait for another party to request control.
      • Click Accept .
    • Requesting Control of a Program Requesting Control of a Program
      • To request control of a program:
      • In the shared program window, on the Control menu, click Request Control .
      • To release control of a shared program:
      • In the shared program window, on the Control menu, click Release Control .
    • The Alternate Method of Granting Control of a Program The Alternate Method of Granting Control of a Program
      • To grant control of a program:
      • In the NetMeeting window, right-click the name of the person to whom you want to grant control, and then click Grant Control .
    • Unsharing a Program Unsharing a Program
      • To stop sharing a program:
      • In the Sharing dialog box, click Unshare , and then click Close .
    • Granting Control of the Desktop Granting Control of the Desktop
      • To grant control of the desktop:
      • In the Sharing dialog box, click Desktop
      • Click Share .
    • Requesting Control of the Desktop Requesting Control of the Desktop
      • To request control of the desktop:
      • On the Control menu, click Request Control .
    • Unsharing the Desktop Unsharing the Desktop
      • To stop sharing the desktop:
      • In the Sharing dialog box, click Unshare
      • Click Close .
    • MMSN MESSENGER
    • Uses Of Messenger in Schools
      • Administration
        • Communication
        • Instant Response
        • Faster than email
        • Solution when on phone
        • Send file painlessly
    • Uses Of Messenger in Schools
      • Teachers
        • Communication
        • Instant Response
        • Faster than email
        • Send file painlessly
        • Online Office Hours
          • Homework Help
          • Online demonstrations using Whiteboard
          • Communicate with Parents
    • Uses Of Messenger in Schools
      • Technical Staff
        • Online help desk
        • Instant Response
        • Saves Phone Call
        • Share Desktop With Remote Assitance
    • Features
      • See who's online and exchange instant messages See when your friends are online and exchange instant messages with them. You can chat with them individually or with up to 14 of them in the same conversation window. The automatic typing indicator lets you know when one of your friends is typing a response.
      • Talk instead of type Stop typing! Talk with a friend anywhere in the world using your computer microphone and speakers. Windows Messenger supports high-quality voice calling from your computer.
      • See who you're talking to PC video cameras are so easy to use and affordable, your friend will be able to see you while you are typing or talking together when you use Windows Messenger!
    • Features
      • Share pictures or any other file Trade photos of your friends, or any other file using Windows Messenger - without the file size constraints you encounter when you transfer files using most email systems.
      • Team up with a friend for help Ask a friend for Remote Assistance and let Windows Messenger connect you so your friend can see and with your permission take control of your computer. That's like sitting next to each other and looking at the same screen!
      • Work with a friend on the same program When your friend is also using Windows Messenger, you can open one of your programs - for example, a word processor - and both work on a document there together. Your friend doesn't need to have the program; they're sharing yours!
    • Features
      • Brainstorm with someone using Whiteboard Draw diagrams with your friend at the same time. Sketch your idea simultaneously as if you were both drawing on the same whiteboard by sharing the Whiteboard application in Windows Messenger.
      • Emoticon drop-down list You don't have to remember the keystroke - just click the emoticon you would like to send to a friend.
    • Features
      • Arrange your contacts into groups Get organized! Define your own groups for family members, friends or the players from the soccer team.
      • Quick access to all features If you want to Make a Phone Call , Start a Video Conversation or use any other feature of Windows Messenger - it's just one click away
    • Presentation Provided by Microsoft
      • Todd Whitlock – Presenter
      • http://www.ndaviess.k12.in.us/whitlock - Web Page
      • Links to Presentation and Resources
      • http://www.ndaviess.k12.in.us/whitlock/ice
      • E-mail [email_address]
      • Thank you.