Sharp PN-L601B manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    SHARP Pen Software OPERA TION MANUAL V ersion 2.8[...]

  • Page 2

    2 E Introduction ...................................................................... 3 Starting[...]

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    3 E This software is intended to facilitate effective meetings and presentations. • Letters can [...]

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    4 E Pen Software modes and how to start the modes TIPS • The LL-S and PN-K series do not support [...]

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    5 E Exiting the software T ouch the “Quit” button. When there is no data which is being edite[...]

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    6 E Screen example: Whiteboard mode (2) (1) (4) (5) (3) (1) T oolbar Used to switch functions. (Page[...]

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    7 E T oolbar n T oolbar display method The toolbar display method can be changed. (Page 36) Docked[...]

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    8 E n T oolbar function buttons The functions of the toolbar are shown as buttons. T ouch a button[...]

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    9 E n Function buttons displayed with “Customize toolbar”. “Customize toolbar” (Page 36) c[...]

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    10 E Saving data Data can be saved in the following le formats: File format Description SWS (Whi[...]

  • Page 11

    11 E Openingthewhiteboardle When whiteboard mode is started, a new whiteboard le ope[...]

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    12 E Changing the sheet to edit (whiteboard mode) In the whiteboard mode, each screen is displayed o[...]

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    13 E n Changing the sheet by referring to thumbnail images / Editing the sheet When “SHEET LIST?[...]

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    14 E Drawing with a Pen 1. T ouch any of the “Pen 1” to “Pen 3” buttons. 2. Draw on the[...]

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    15 E Erasing a drawn line 1. T ouch the “Eraser” button. 2. With the pen touching the scree[...]

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    16 E Drawing shapes Y ou can draw shapes such as circles, rectangles and triangles. 1. T ouch the [...]

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    17 E Drawingashapewiththegurepen Circles, squares, triangles, and lines drawn [...]

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    18 E Importing and pasting an image An image le can be imported, and the current display can be [...]

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    19 E ■Capturing/savingthecurrentlydisplayedscreen Y ou can load an image le or [...]

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    20 E Editing an object The drawn lines and the images pasted on the board are handled in the softwa[...]

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    21 E n Moving an object Y ou can move an object by selecting the object and dragging it. n Enlargi[...]

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    22 E n Changing the order of objects Y ou can change the order of the object placement. 1. Select[...]

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    23 E Enlarging the view of the screen The steps for enlarging the view of the screen vary dependin[...]

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    24 E n Enlarging the screen in overlay mode Y ou can enlarge part of the screen and display it. 1.[...]

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    25 E Displaying the Pen Software in a split-screen The Pen Software can be displayed in a split-scr[...]

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    26 E Launching an external application An external application can be added to allow the applicatio[...]

  • Page 27

    27 E Searching the Internet By specifying a keyword and a search engine, you can search the Interne[...]

  • Page 28

    28 E Importing a Document as an Image (Pen Software Printer Driver) A document of any application[...]

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    29 E Acquiring an Image From a Multifunction Machine If a SHARP multifunction machine is connected [...]

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    30 E When a scanner or other TW AIN device is connected to the computer on which the Pen Software i[...]

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    31 E Linking to Microsoft PowerPoint When the slideshow display of Microsoft PowerPoint is detected[...]

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    32 E Printing T o print only the currently displayed sheet, touch the “Print Current Sheet” b[...]

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    33 E Using a secondary display Applicable models (as of August 2013) PN-L602B/PN-L702B/PN-L802B [...]

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    34 E Y ou can customize various settings of this software. The settings are the same in both whitebo[...]

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    35 E (5) Pen Cursor Set whether to show a cursor when you draw with the pen function. In Windows 8,[...]

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    36 E n Customizing the toolbar Y ou can set the toolbar display method and show/hide function butt[...]

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    37 E The operations in this section require administrator privilege. Installing the Pen Software n I[...]

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    38 E Installing the Network Scanner T ool The Network Scanner T ool is used to acquire an image fro[...]

  • Page 39

    V2.8 EN 13H(1)[...]