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Draft Version BURLINGTON COUNTY COLLEGE Electronic White Board Training Session Prepared by Martin Edsell, 7-28-2002. Go to Next Slide by pressing Page Down key. Go to Previous Slide by pressing Page Up key. Go to Table of Contents by clicking on the navigation icon 

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draft version burlington county college

Draft VersionBURLINGTON COUNTY COLLEGE

Electronic White Board

Training Session

Prepared by Martin Edsell, 7-28-2002.

Go to Next Slide by pressing Page Down key.

Go to Previous Slide by pressing Page Up key.

Go to Table of Contents by clicking on the navigation icon 

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Table of ContentsClick on one of the links below to go to the beginning of that section.Click on navigation icon (lower right of any slide) to return to this page.

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introduction
Introduction
  • This presentation is the property of Burlington County College and is designed for in-house staff training on the use of an Electronic White Board.
  • The presentation consists of approximately 80 PowerPoint slides, containing graphics, sound, and text.
  • The presentation takes approximately 30-45 minutes to view.
  • Use of MS-PowerPoint 2000 is recommended (for animated graphics), as well as the use of speakers/headphones.
  • Best viewed at 800 x 600 or higher resolution.
  • Go to next slide by pressing Page Down key.
  • Go to previous slide by pressing Page Up key.

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Introduction (continued)
  • A complete set of these slides, along with a companion tutorial, is available for viewing and/or download from the following website:

staff.bcc.edu/ETC/EWB

  • For assistance, please contact Martin Hoffman in Parker-311A, Ext. 7782, email: [email protected]
  • Copies of this slide presentation and the companion tutorial are also available on CD-ROM discs, which can be borrowed from Martin Hoffman or from the BCC Libraries at Pemberton and Mt. Laurel.

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overview interactive presentation manager ipm
Overview: Interactive Presentation Manager (IPM)

A digital electronic white board and pen, connected to a PC and an LCD projector, creating a 77” diagonal interactive projection screen.

Interactive Products Division

Numonics Corporation

ISO 9001 Certified

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interactive presentation manager 1 of 3
Interactive Presentation Manager (1 of 3)
  • Can be used like a regular white board to write class notes, draw diagrams, etc.
  • Can also be used to run a computer, allowing the presenter to control the computer environment with the pen while remaining in front of the audience.
  • All computer functions are transferred from the PC to the IPM’s electronic pen.
  • IPM allows you to develop and delivermultimedia presentationseasily, using the customizable Softkeys (located on either side of the white board).

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Interactive Presentation Manager (2 of 3)
  • The Softkey Editor allows you to directly link Softkeys to any program or file available on the computer.
  • With one touch of the multimedia pen, you can play audio/video files, launch applications, and open documents.
  • You can also annotate screens and save them for later distribution or use in a slide presentation. For example, many of the screens you see in this presentation were saved from IPM.

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Interactive Presentation Manager (3 of 3)
  • Allows you to:
  • write class notes on the electronic white board
  • launch and control various applications, such as Word Excel C++ I. E. & Netscape
  • capture/re-use information
  • save/email/print screens
  • create & run slide shows

"Snapshot"

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how to set up the interactive presentation manager ipm
How to Set Up the Interactive Presentation Manager (IPM)
  • First attach all cables to the white board, the LCD projector & the computer:

serial/power cable to the COM port of computer, with other end of cable to underside of pen tray on IPM.

  • Then plug in IPM board.
  • Then turn on LCD projector.
  • Then turn on computer.
  • Attach electronic pen and recharge cable to IPM jack (adjacent to serial cable on underside of pen tray).
  • Then calibrate the pen (the pen needs to line up with the on-screen cursor).

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calibration
Calibration
  • Whenever the IPM’s mouse cursor does not line up with the pen tip, you must calibrate the IPM pen.
  • Calibration should always be the first thing you do when using the board.
  • To calibrate the IPM pen:
    • first click the <Calibrate> Softkey (# 20):
  • then click the <Calibrate> button (2nd from left on the bottom of the screen):
  • then follow the onscreen instructions, clicking all four corner markers in order.

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Calibration (continued)

Once the pen has been calibrated, you can:

  • use the Virtual White Board (Softkey # 19)
  • launch applications
  • create/load/save documents
  • print documents (requires a printer)
  • browse the WWW (requires I.S.P.)
  • get On-line Help (Softkey # 18)

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electronic pen
Electronic Pen
  • The pen is battery operated (can be used with the recharging cord).
  • If the pen is idle for a period of time it goes into “sleep mode”-- to use the pen again, tap the screen.
  • The pen functions like a mouse
    • (“hover” over the board = point)
  • The pen has 2 parts, the white tip switch & the red side button:
    • white tip switch = left mouse button (used to click, double-click, and drag)
    • red button (side of pen) = right mouse button (used to right-click)
    • white tip switch = electronically write on board
    • white tip switch = select a Softkey
    • use pen tip or the red side button, NOT both at the same time

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mouse pen actions
Mouse / Pen Actions

Five basic actions can be performed using a mouse or the pen:

  • Point Roll the mouse around on the tabletop (or let pen “hover” over board). Used to move the pointer to a particular position on the screen.
  • ClickPress and release the left mouse button (or pen tip) once quickly while the pointer is positioned on an icon, menu item, or object. Used to select commands and text, or to reposition the Insert-bar (I-bar) text cursor.
  • Double-clickPress and release the left mouse button (or pen tip) twice in rapid succession. Used to select and execute an application on the desktop.
  • DragPress and hold the left mouse button (or pen tip) while sliding the mouse (pen) on the desk (board). Used to move objects, or to select text.
  • Right-click Press and release the right mouse button (or pen’s red side button) once. Used to make a shortcut menu appear, or to “drop” a Presentation Tool that was previously selected.

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Shapes of the Mouse CursorThe appearance and function of the mouse cursor varies, depending on what you are pointing at on your screen:

Pointing arrow Used to select an item by pointing at and clicking on it. (appears when pointing at icons, buttons, scroll arrows, etc.)

Insert-bar Used to modify and edit text, and to position the text cursor in text boxes. (appears as a blinking “I” on text editing screens)

Wait Hourglass Used to indicate that you should wait while Windows processes the command. (appears after clicking on an icon)

Resize arrow Used to change the size of a window by dragging its border. (appears when you point at the border of a window)

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shapes of the mouse cursor continued
Shapes of the Mouse Cursor(continued)

Move arrow Used to move an object by dragging it. (appears when

pointing at a window border or on a selected object)

Hand Used in Help or Web browser windows to jump to links,

terms, or definitions. (appears when pointing at

hyperlinks - underlined terms/topics)

Crosshair Used to draw a box or an ellipse while clicking and

dragging. (appears when you have selected certain

drawing tools)

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softkeys
Softkeys
  • Identical strips of 20 icons on both the left & right sides of the electronic white board.
  • Used to activate the IPM Presentation Tools(with an electronic pen).
  • Softkeys # 1-17:
    • have symbols or numbers on them,
    • can be re-defined using the Softkey Editor,
    • you can save an unlimited number of Softkey definitions,
    • “hover” over a Softkey with pen to get a tool tip.
  • Softkey # 18 = Online Help
  • Softkey # 19 = Virtual White Board (VWB)
  • Softkey # 20 = Calibrate Pen

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default softkey settings
Default Softkey Settings

Highlighter

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presentation tools
Presentation Tools
  • Select a Presentation Tool by clicking on a Softkey.
  • Deselect (or “drop”) a Presentation Tool by:
    • hovering over the board & right-clicking (red pen switch)
    • or clicking on Softkey # 3 (Stop/Escape).
  • Presentation Tools allow you to customize your presentation:
    • change background & pen color, size, or width
    • highlight and/or spotlight material
    • zoom (double sized image, useful for visual disabilities)
    • slowly reveal material, one line at a time from top
    • activate sound and video files
    • take “Snapshots” of screens, including your annotations
    • show previously saved snapshots as slides

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softkey presentation tools 1 2 3
Softkey Presentation Tools # 1, 2, 3

# 1: Next Slide – advances to next slide

(same as Page Down key)

# 2: Previous Slide – advances to previous slide

(same as Page Up key)

# 3: End Slide Show – (same as Esc key)

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softkey presentation tools 4 5
Softkey Presentation Tools # 4 & 5

# 4. Annotation Pen - Red

# 5. Annotation Pen – Black

  • You can write notes & diagrams, underline, etc. on any VWB screen, and on top of any Windows screen.
  • You can change color, size, and width of the pen.
  • Note: the selected annotation pen must be configured to retain annotations in order for your written notes to remain on the screen (for example, before taking a “Snapshot” of the screen).

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softkey presentation tools 6 7 11 12
Softkey Presentation Tools # 6, 7, 11 & 12

# 6: Highlighter - you can change color & width

# 7: Rubberstamp - places an arrow on the screen wherever you click

# 11: Spotlight - darkens the screen except for a spotlighted oval area

# 12: Zoom - doubles the screen image size

Highlighter

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softkey presentation tools 8 9 10
Softkey Presentation Tools # 8, 9 & 10

# 8: Eraser - selectively erases notes/highlights

# 9: Clear Screen - erases all annnotations at once

# 10: Reveal - reveals screen one line at a time from the top as you drag pen down the screen

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softkey presentation tool 13
Softkey Presentation Tool # 13

# 13: Applause - can be set up to play sound or video files

  • Look for files with extensions: *.wav, or *.mov
  • In Windows-98 look under:
    • C:\Windows\Media\
    • C:\Program Files\Plus!\Themes\
  • In Windows-2000 look under:
    • C:\WINNT\
    • C:\WINNT\Adobe\*
    • C:\Program Files\NetMeeting\
    • C:\ Program Files\Windows NT\Pinball\
    • C:\WINNT\Media\Microsoft Office 2000\
    • C:\Program Files\Common Files\Network Associates\Alert Manager\
    • C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\MSDN98\98VSa\1033\ Samples\VB98\MCI\

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softkey presentation tool 14
Softkey Presentation Tool # 14

# 14: Virtual Keyboard – will appear on VWB screen. Allows you to key in information to an application using the electronic pen.

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Softkey Presentation Tool # 14Virtual Keyboard(continued)

The Virtual Keyboard can be used to type information, instead of having to walk back to the computer in the room. The example here shows using the keyboard in Excel.

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softkey 15
Softkey # 15

"Snapshot"

# 15: Snapshot - allows you to save a picture of a screen, including any notes that you have written.

  • Saving a snapshot is not the same as saving text. When you save a snapshot, you can later insert this graphic into Word, Excel, etc., but you cannot edit it like text.
  • Also if you want your written annotations to be saved along with your screen (when you take a snapshot), then be sure the pen is set to “retain annotations”.
  • Do this by selecting <Start>, <Programs>, <Interactive Program Manager>, <Softkey Editor>. Then <Define> Softkey # 4 or # 5. Then select <Annotation Pen> from the Presentation Tools dropdown menu. Then check the box labeled “Retain Annotations”.

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Softkey # 15: Snapshot (continued)
  • The default setting for Snapshot will capture the entire screen.
  • To take a snapshot of just part of the screen:
    • First, using the Softkey Editor, redefine the <Snapshot> Softkey (so that it will save just the part of the screen that you select).
    • Next annotate your page, if desired.
    • Lastly, click on the <Snapshot> Softkey (#15), then drag the pen over the area you want to capture. (Drag from upper left to lower right, and do not lift the pen from the board until the entire area you want is selected.)

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softkey 18
Softkey # 18

# 18: On-line Help – allows you to find information about Presentation Tools and other topics.

Click on one of the Help buttons to get information on that topic.

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other presentation tools
Other Presentation Tools
  • Remember, you can use the Softkey Editor to change the default settings for Softkeys # 1-17, to customize them to your liking.
  • Here are a few other Presentation Tools that can be “attached” to a particular Softkey by using the Softkey Editor:
    • Clock
    • Countdown Timer
    • Subliminal Message
    • Ticker Tape

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softkey editor 1 of 6
Softkey Editor (1 of 6)

To define or redefine a Softkey:

  • Start by clicking on <Start>, <Programs>, <Interactive Program Manager>, <Softkey Editor>
  • or by double-clicking on the Softkey Editor icon in the system tray at the bottom right of your screen:

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Softkey Editor (2 of 6)
  • Then click <Define> for the Softkey you want to change:

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Softkey Editor (3 of 6)
  • After clicking <Define> for the particular Softkey you want to change, a “Special Commands” menu will appear:

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Softkey Editor (4 of 6)
  • In the Special Commands menu, select the Presentation Tool, Keyboard Command, Application, or File that you want to change by clicking on the appropriate radio button: <Select>, <Run>, <Open>, etc.
  • After clicking <OK>, specify the desired properties for the Tool, Command, Application, or File that you have selected.

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Softkey Editor (5 of 6)
  • After specifying the desired properties that your Presentation Tool, Keyboard Command, or File is to have, you must then save the Softkeys to activate them.
      • click on <Save>, type in a filename, and then click on <Save> again (automatically given an *.sky extension)

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Softkey Editor (6 of 6)
  • You can open a previously saved Softkey file:
      • first, in the Softkey Editor window, click on <Open>
      • then, from the “Open Softkey Definition File” dialog box, select the Softkey file (*.sky) that you want.
      • lastly click on <Open>

Pick <Open> from the Softkey Editor to open the location where Softkey files are saved.

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basic softkey information
Basic Softkey Information
  • Note: The following Softkeys do not work when you are in the Virtual White Board:
    • Annotation Pen (Softkeys # 4 & 5)
    • Highlighter (Softkey # 6)
    • Eraser (Softkey # 8)
  • Reason: You already have pens, highlighters, and eraser when you are in Virtual White Board.

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virtual white board vwb
Virtual White Board (VWB)
  • use “electronic” ink to write notes and highlight screens
  • take “snapshots” of screens, then save/print/email them
  • you can save 255 bitmap snapshots per session, and up to 999 sessions total
  • copy-and-paste both notes and screens for re-use in other documents/programs
  • use Softkeys to control the slide presentation
  • (not to be confused with a Volkswagen Beetle)
  • Launch VWB by clicking on Softkey # 19
  • Includes Presentation Tools:

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when you launch vwb this is what you see
When you launch VWB, this is what you see:

This is the default “white” screen.

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vwb notepad background
VWB Notepad Background

“Notepad” is one of ten alternate backgrounds you can pick.

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vwb precision graph paper background
VWB Precision Graph Paper Background

This is another sample background.

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to select a different vwb background
To Select a Different VWB Background
  • Click on <Format>
  • Then click on <Options>
  • Then click on the <Page> tab
  • Then click arrow for <Presets>
  • Then select the background you want
  • Lastly click <OK>

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Selecting a VWB Background(continued)

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to select a pen color in vwb
To Select a Pen Color in VWB

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to select the highlighter in vwb
To Select the Highlighter in VWB

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to change pen width in vwb
To Change Pen Width in VWB

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to select the eraser in vwb
To Select the Eraser in VWB

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advance reverse slides undo in vwb
Advance/Reverse Slides & Undo in VWB

Note: “Undo” button is the same as in other MS applications.

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printing your vwb notes
Printing Your VWB Notes

If you have an attached printer, you can print notes by using the standard “print” button on the toolbar.

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printing alternative in vwb
Printing Alternative in VWB

Select <File>, <Print> for the current VWB page, or <File>, <Print All> for the entire session.

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print without vwb background
Print Without VWB Background

Sometimes you may wish to disable background printing, to save on toner cartridges.

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viewing a vwb session
Viewing a VWB Session
  • Thumbnail Viewer shows you small views of all pages in your session:
    • select <View>, <Thumbnail Viewer>,
    • or click on the “Thumbnail Viewer” toolbar button.

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to jump to a page in vwb thumbnail viewer
To Jump to a Page in VWB Thumbnail Viewer
  • Click on the desired page to jump to it.
  • Be sure to click on the minimized page itself and not on the caption “Page x”.
  • Then you will be able to write on this page.

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select a page in vwb thumbnail viewer for printing copying or exporting
Select a Page in VWB Thumbnail Viewer(for Printing, Copying, or Exporting)
  • Right-click over the page (hold pen close to board and depress the red side button).
  • The page number will highlight red.

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Export/Save a VWB Page (1 of 3)

You can save a VWB page in one of nine formats:

  • First open Thumbnail Viewer (<View>, <Thumbnail Viewer>)
  • Then select one page by right-clicking on it,
  • or select all pages with <Select>, <Select All>

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Export/Save a VWB Page (2 of 3)
  • Next under <File> in the Thumbnail Viewer, select <Export Page>.

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Export/Save a VWB Page (3 of 3)

This is where you title the page. The page is saved in the Sessions folder as a .jpg, .png, .pct, .pcx, .tga, .tif, .bmp, .wmf, or .emf file. You can open this page later in VWB by selecting <File>, <Open> Also, if you want to email notes, this is where you will find the document to attach.

  • Lastly, in the Export Page dialog box, type your filename, pick one of the nine file formats, and click “Save”.

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copy paste a vwb page into ms word an alternative to exportsave
Copy & Paste a VWB Page into MS-Word(An Alternative to ExportSave)
  • First go to the VWB page that you want to copy
  • Then select <Edit>, <Copy Current>(this copies the current page to the Clipboard)
  • Then open a document in MS-Word
  • Then position your cursor at the place in the document where you want the VWB page to appear
  • Finally select <Edit>, <Paste>

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vwb copy paste example
VWB Copy & Paste Example
  • <Edit>, <Copy Current>(from VWB)

(into Word)

<Edit>,

<Paste>►

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Saving an Entire VWB Session(1 of 4)
  • You can save all VWB pages from your session at once (not just one page at a time).
  • Pages are saved by default in the Sessions folder in a “date-stamped” file with a “.vwb” extension, with each page of the session numbered separately.
  • However, giving your work a specific filename when you save it will help you to find it more easily later.

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Saving an Entire VWB Session(2 of 4)
  • First select <File>, <Save As>.

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Saving an Entire VWB Session(3 of 4)
  • You will then see the “Save Virtual WhiteBoard File As” dialog box.

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Saving an Entire VWB Session(4 of 4)
  • At this point give your session a new name and click <Save>. All of your VWB pages are saved in a white board file with a “.vwb” extension.

Remember, in order to send notes to someone who does not have the VWB software, you will need to:

    • Exporteach VWB page as a separate picture (*.jpg), or
    • Copy and Pasteeach page into another application, or
    • Save multiple pages using Pack & Go (see next 5 slides).

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VWB Pack & Go (1 of 5)
  • Pack & Go allows multiple pages from a VWB session to be compressed and saved into a single file for sending to others.
  • A Pack & Go file is an executable file that can be emailed or copied onto a disc and does not require the VWB application at the remote end in order to view it.
  • Once the Pack & Go executable file has been launched, the user may open and begin viewing the VWB session.

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VWB Pack & Go (2 of 5)

To compress and save an entire VWB session as a Pack & Go file:

  • First select <File>, <Pack & Go>.

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VWB Pack & Go (3 of 5)

This is where you pick either a current VWB session, or a previous VWB sessionsaved in Pack & Go.

  • Then you pick either the current session, or a previously saved session.

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VWB Pack & Go (4 of 5)
  • File is saved by default in the Pack&Go folder.

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VWB Pack & Go (5 of 5)

To open a Pack & Go file that has been sent to a computer that does not have the VWB software:

  • Double-click on the file.
  • The VWB Viewer will be installed.
  • Once the VWB Viewer is installed, go to <Start>, <Programs>, <VWB Viewer>.
  • Once the VWB Viewer has opened, click <File>, <Open>, then select the VWB session file that was sent to you.

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where presentation manager files are stored
Where Presentation Manager Files Are Stored

Inside the Interactive Presentation Manager folder, you will see five folders where files are stored:

  • Installed Files (IPM program executable files),
  • Pack and Go (from VWB’s Pack and Go),
  • Sessions (from VWB),
  • Slides (from Snapshot),
  • Softkeys (from different saved Softkey sets)

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SlideShow (1 of 10)
  • SlideShow is an IPM application that allows you to create and arrange slide presentations using:
    • saved Virtual White Board screens (.vwb)
    • saved Snapshot images of Windows screens (.bmp)
    • other saved bitmap image files
  • You can present this information in any order you desire.

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SlideShow (2 of 10)

To launch the SlideShow program:

  • Click on <Start>, <Programs>, <Interactive Presentation Manager>, <SlideShow>.

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SlideShow (3 of 10)
  • The IPM Slide Show screen will appear.
  • Begin your SlideShow by clicking on <Insert>, <New Slide>.

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SlideShow (4 of 10)
  • The “Select a File” dialog box will appear.

To insert a VWB session, go to the IPM Sessions folder, select the VWB session that you want to insert, then click <Open>

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SlideShow (5 of 10)

The dialog box displays Thumbnails of all the VWB pages in your selected session.

To insert a page, right-click over the thumbnail of the page(s) you want. (The page #’s will highlight red). Then click the “I” icon.

Your selected page(s) will be inserted into SlideShow.

  • The “Sessions Pages” dialog box appears.

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SlideShow (6 of 10)
  • To open an existing SlideShow, click <File>, <Open>.

…and the selected slide from the list appears on the right side.

A list of the slides are then shown on the left side of the screen...

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SlideShow (7 of 10)
  • SlideShow has three different view options: “Slide”, “Slide Sorter”, and “Slide Show”.

Here we are showing the Slide SorterView.

The other two views allow you to look at individual Slides, or to run the Slide Show.

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SlideShow (8 of 10)
  • To view the presentation from beginning to end, select <View>, <Slide Show>.
  • Go to next slide by hitting Softkey #1 (Next),
  • Go to previous slide by selecting Softkey #2 (Previous).
  • To end the show, select Softkey #3 (End Show).
  • In any of the three views you can use annotation pens and other Presentation Tools. Remember to use Softkey # 15 (Snapshot) to save any notes you have added to existing slides.

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SlideShow (9 of 10)
  • To insert a slide, select <Insert>, <New Slide>. Inserting a slide puts it at the end of the show. You can then drag that slide anywhere in the presentation.
  • To duplicate a slide, first select a slide by clicking on it. A thin blue border identifies that slide. Then select <Insert>, <Duplicate Slide>. A duplicate of the selected slide will be placed at the end of the presentation. You can then drag the duplicate slide anywhere in the slide show as before.

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SlideShow (10 of 10)
  • To run a show, select <Slide Show>, <Run Show>.

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acknowledgements
Acknowledgements
  • Special thanks to the following BCC staff for their help and editorial assistance with this presentation:
    • Steven Burroughs
    • Charles Grayson
    • Martin Hoffman
    • Clyde Leverett
    • Michele Phillips
    • Matt Powell
    • Stacie Rueblinger
    • Barbara Stewart

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additional resources
Additional Resources
  • To view or download these slides:
    • staff.bcc.edu/ETC/EWB
  • For on-line demo:
    • http://www.numonics.com/
  • For latest product info:
    • http://www.interactivewhiteboards.com/
  • For customer support:
  • To email Numonics company president:
  • Postal Address & Phone:
    • Numonics Corporation, Interactive Products Division 101 Commerce Drive PO Box 1005 Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania, USA 18936 Phone: (215) 362-2766 FAX: (215) 361-0167

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end of electronic white board training session
End of Electronic White Board Training Session

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