Skype Basic Screen sharing Selfhelp Online Class

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  • http://staff.4j.lane.edu/~nelson_d/documentation/Skype_Basics.pdf
    http://www.lynda.com/Skype-tutorials/Up-Running-Skype-Windows/138320-2.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Search-Biz-Skype-XCT&utm_content=39290994186&utm_term=skype%20basics&gclid=CJ-K1P_liL4CFYMSOgodMFoABg
    http://bit.ly/1lzF1ix
    http://senior-learning.wikispaces.com/Skype+Basic
  • My Name is Yukiko Sato
    Is anyone taking this class first time?
    Please maintain our class rule to respect each other
    If you have a question,
    - Please speak one at a time
    - Please no comments to each other
    - Please direct your computer comments to me
  • Freeze Teacher’s Slide Screen
  • Top sidebar / function icons you see 6 symbols ( used to be 5) from the left, Invite people, Microphone, WebCamera, Bandwidth Usage, (the amount of information that is transferred to and from your server ), Setting, Exit buttons.
    If your microphone turned in Red like the slide, that means you are muted.
    If you would like to unmute yourself, please click on Microphone, it will be turned in white and will be unmuted.
  • Freeze Teacher’s Slide Screen
  • What is the Skype ?
    have a spoken conversation with (someone) over the Internet using the software application Skype, frequently also viewing by webcam.
    Calling via Internet
    Video Chatting
    Messaging - Text Chatting
    Sharing – Sending Photos, Documents
    Google + Hangouts by Google
    Skype by Microsoft
  • http://www.ablenetinc.com/Portals/0/KUS_Manual.pdf
    For PC
  • What is the Skype ?
    have a spoken conversation with (someone) over the Internet using the software application Skype, frequently also viewing by webcam.
    • Calling via Internet
    • Video Chatting
    • Messaging - Text Chatting
    • Sharing – Sending Photos, Documents
  • There are two additional ways to communicate with your contacts on Skype. The first is screen sharing, a feature that lets you share live video of what's on your computer screen (for example, a website, or the software you're using). It's a great way to demonstrate how to do something, or to show another person what you're working on.
    The second is sending files to your contacts. This feature lets you share any size or type of file, including documents, photos, presentations, and other things you have saved to your computer.
  • 1. Open the Skype window and sign in. (Slide 13 of 33rd Class http://www.slideshare.net/TESAGE/self-help-33rd-class-skype-052814)
    2. Make a voice call or video call to one of your contacts.
    3. Click the + button in the call window, then choose Share screens.
  • 4. The other person will be able to see live video of what's on your screen, including your desktop and any programs that you may have open. Below is an example of what it will look like from your contact's point of view.
  • 5. To stop sharing your screen, click the Stop sharing button.
    6. As usual, click the End Call button when you're ready to hang up.
  • Would you feel comfortable checking your bank account online while a coworker looked over your shoulder? Probably not. It's a good idea to think of screen sharing the same way. Basically, screen sharing lets the other person see your entire desktop, plus anything else you have open. That can include your bank account, your email—even photos or websites you don't want other people to see. To keep your information private, always follow these safety tips.
    ▼Check your desktop before you share your screen. The other person will be able to see any files, folders, or icons you have saved there, plus the image you're using for your background. Anything you want to keep private should be changed or moved to another location.
    ▼Close any programs you don't want the other person to see. This includes your browser and any browser tabs you may have forgotten about. If you leave that information open, you may click it by accident while you're in the middle of a session.
    ▼Sign out of IM programs like Google Hangouts. You could also change your online status to "Busy" to let friends know you're unavailable. This way, you won't receive any unexpected IMs or share a private IM 
  • 1. Open the Skype window and sign in.
    2. Click the person you want to send a file to on the Contacts tab.
    3. The contact's information will open in a pane on the right.
    4. Click the + button, then choose Send File.
  • 5. Select the file you want to send. You may need to navigate to where it's saved on your computer. To select multiple files, press and hold Ctrl on your keyboard while you select each file.
    6. Click Open.
  • 7. The other person will receive the file and decide whether or not to download it. If the contact is offline, he or she will receive the file after signing in.
    8. The sent file will appear in your history
  • ★You can also send files during a call. All you have to do is click the + button in the call window, then choose Send File.
  • So what do you see when someone sends you a file on Skype?
    Sometimes a pop-up, but more often a notification on your computer's taskbar.
    It may look something like the image surrounded red line
  • 1. Open the Skype window.
    2. Go to the Recent tab or click the person who sent you the file on the Contacts tab. Both areas will be marked to let you know that you have a file waiting. (The same thing happens if you receive a file while you're offline.)
  • 3. The sender's information will open in a pane on the right.
    4. Click Save as to download the file or Cancel to reject it.
  • 5. A pop-up window may appear, warning you that files can contain viruses. To learn more, read our file safety tips below. Click OK to confirm that you want to download the file.
  • 6. Choose where you want to save the file on your computer. Then click the Save button.
  • 7. The saved file will appear in your history. Click Open file to view it.
  • Skype Basic Screen sharing Selfhelp Online Class

    1. 1. Computer Basic Online Class Skype Basics Wednesday, Sep. 17th, 2014 3:00pm to 4:00pm Skype Basics (1) Screen Sharing (2) Sending Files
    2. 2. Computer Online Class Skype Basics Yukiko Sato’s : : Class Rule : : * Eyes on Slides * Lips Closed * Ears Listening * Respect Class
    3. 3. Your Screen should display like this! CHAT Type in a box ↓ ←TOOL ICONS ↑Mouse Over to See Function Icons Click on YUKIKO To freeze Slide Screen ↓
    4. 4. Your Screen should display like this! CHAT Type in a box ↓ ←TOOL ICONS ↑Mouse Over to See Function Icons Click on YUKIKO To freeze Slide Screen ↓
    5. 5. Mute Microphone Leave Class Turn Off Camera
    6. 6. Your Screen should display like this! Move Mouse Pointer CHAT Type in a box ↓ ←TOOL ICONS ↑Mouse Over to See Function Icons Click on YUKIKO To freeze Slide Screen ↓
    7. 7. Mute Microphone Leave Class Turn Off Camera : : TOP FUNCTION ICONS : :
    8. 8. Chat Screen Share (Teacher) Take Screenshot Google Effects YouTube Video Share (Teacher) : : Side TOOL Bar : :
    9. 9. Computer Online Class Skype Basics Free Online Video Calling Software
    10. 10. Computer Basic Online Class Skype Basics For PC, Windows Computer
    11. 11. Computer Online Class Skype Basics Skype Basic Feature • Calling via Internet • Video Chatting • Messaging - Text Chatting • Sharing – Sending Photos, Documents
    12. 12. Computer Online Class Skype Basics
    13. 13. Computer Online Class Skype Basics Get your family/ friend’s Skype ID Contact Selfhelp IT support (718) 559-4373 (New York) Peter pgil@selfhelp.net Joe Jfirer@selfhelp.net (773) 508-1169 (CHICAGO) Barbara Barbara.Milsk@cje.net
    14. 14. Computer Online Class Skype Basics
    15. 15. Computer Online Class Skype Basics Sharing Screen on Skype
    16. 16. Computer Online Class Skype Basics To share your screen
    17. 17. Computer Online Class Skype Basics The other person will be able to see live video of what's on your screen, including your desktop and any programs that you may have open. Below is an example of what it will look like from your contact's point of view.
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    19. 19. Computer Online Class Skype Basics Sharing/Sending Files On Skype
    20. 20. Computer Online Class Skype Basics To send files on Skype
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    23. 23. Computer Online Class Skype Basics
    24. 24. Computer Online Class Skype Basics To receive files on Skype
    25. 25. Computer Online Class Skype Basics To accept or reject the file, follow these steps.
    26. 26. Computer Online Class Skype Basics Click and Drag people
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    30. 30. Computer Online Class Internet Basics 1. Search Engine & Bookmarking 2. Google Maps 3. Short Cut keys (Ctrl) function 4. Skype Basics – Callings, Video Chatting 5. Skype Basics – Video Calling 6. Skype Basics – Instant Messaging 7. Skype Basics – Screen Sharing
    31. 31. Computer Online Class Email Basics Review Yukiko Sato Skype ID SnowSugar2007 @TESAGEny /TESAGEny

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