If you’re into presentations or teaching something through screen sharing online with others, you know you cannot annotate, highlight nor zoom into the screen while presenting.
This is possible in some presentation software like Microsoft PowerPoint to some extent but not without showing the audience what you are actually doing in front of them.
But here’s what’s possible after you read this guide post / watch this video:
- You could draw,
- write directly on the screen,
- highlight directly over most desktop applications including the presentation software and web pages.
Here’s how to get them done.
Just head on to this website which is from Microsoft and download the ZoomIt software.
Once the zip file gets downloaded click on it to open it – this only contains the exe file and is a portable file – you only need to double-click to use it.
This exe file opens up an options dialog box. Just go through this video demo for a detailed walk-through of how to make use of all these options to suit your situation.
In case you are in the Teaching profession or in any training Department within your company then this is a very useful tool to keep handy.
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