Using 3 M Interactive Tools

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Using 3 M Interactive Tools

  1. 1. Selecting Calibrate starts the eMBeam Interactive calibration process. You will be prompted to perform a 9-point calibration.
  2. 2. Selecting the Pen tool allows you to annotate your desktop and causes the Desktop Interactive Tools palette to change to the Desktop Annotation Interactive Tools palette.
  3. 3. Selecting On-Screen Keyboard opens the Windows On-Screen Keyboard to be used to enter text using the Interactive Stylus. Close the on-Screen Keyboard by selecting the “On-Screen Keyboard” button again or selecting the close button on the on-Screen Keyboard.
  4. 4. Selecting Start PowerPoint Presentation opens the standard Open File dialog to enable you to find a PowerPoint presentation
  5. 5. Selecting Options launches the Interactive Options dialog box. The Interactive Options dialog allows you to se the following setup options and preferences •Wheel Properties •Hardware Settings •Annotations •Software Updates
  6. 6. The Desktop Mouse Tool switches you from annotating your desktop to navigating your desktop.
  7. 7. Snapshot allows you to take a picture of the current screen and save it into Scrapbook.
  8. 8. Selecting Scrapbook launches the eBeam Interactive Scrapbook.
  9. 9. Takes a snapshot of your desktop and allows you to annotate it. Look for the annotate icon in the lower left corner of your screen. To stop annotating, select the Mouse Tool.
  10. 10. The Pen Tool allows you to annotate the desktop freehand in one of eight solid colors.
  11. 11. The Shape Tool allows you to draw shapes on your desktop in one of eight solid colors.
  12. 12. The Redo Tool allows you to redo the last undone annotation.
  13. 13. The Eraser Tool allows you to erase desktop annotation marks made.
  14. 14. The Desktop Mouse Tool switches you from annotating your desktop to navigating your desktop. It also changes the Desktop Annotation Interactive Tools palette to the Desktop Interactive Tools palette.
  15. 15. The Save Tool allows you to save a snapshot of the annotated desktop into Scrapbook as a new page You must save the Scrapbook if you want to keep the page permanently.
  16. 16. Undo erases the previous annotation. It is possible to select Undo multiple times until the page is blank.
  17. 17. The Highlighter Tool allows you to annotate the desktop freehand in one of eight translucent colors.

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