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    Draw over slides

    I received this from a colleague. Any suggestions?
    In a past life, I had used a presentation tool that could draw on top of things like PowerPoint slides. You could circle items, draw arrows to them, etc. Unfortunately, I can't remember much from this past life (I think I blocked it out). Does anyone know of such a tool?

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    Re: Draw over slides

    When you are running your presentation in slide show view your pointer can be either an arrow or a pen. The arrow is the default. If you right click, you can then change it to pen and draw on your slides.

    Use shift+E to erase, or the doodles will disappear when you move to the next slide.
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    Re: Draw over slides

    Thanks. Sounds like a way to do it. I'll see if this is what my co-worker has in mind & let you know. <img src=/S/cool.gif border=0 alt=cool width=15 height=15>

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    Re: Draw over slides

    Do a search in the Software Finds for Marconnit, a pretty nifty piece of freeware. It was designed by a professor to mark directly on his projected presentations to classes to highlight text or pieces of a flow chart, for example.

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