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QuickStart Guide for Interactive Whiteboards

Compiled by Anushkaa Gupta, converted to Markdown by Katie Randazzo.

How To Project Using The VGA Cable

Note: This will simply display your computer screen onto the whiteboard. You will not be able to annotate or use the touch screen. You will have to use your computer/mouse to give commands.
  1. Connect the VGA cable to your computer and connect the other end to the input that says “COMPUTER”.

  2. If you want audio to play from the projector, connect the audio input too.
  3. Turn on the projector by pressing button number 1 which says “ON”.

  4. Press the button number 3 with the computer on it to turn on the display.
  5. Your computer screen should now be displayed on the whiteboard!

How To Project Using The HDMI Cable

Note: This will simply display your computer screen onto the whiteboard. You will not be able to annotate or use the touch screen. You will have to use your computer/mouse to give commands.
  1. Connect the HDMI cable to your computer and connect the other end to the input that says “HDMI”.

  2. The audio connects automatically, so you don’t have to worry about that.
  3. Turn on the projector by pressing button number 1 which says “ON”
  4. Press the button number 4, which says "HDMI", to turn on the display.
  5. Your computer screen should now be displayed on the whiteboard!

How To Use The Interactive Whiteboard

  1. Turn on the interactive whiteboard by pressing the button that says “WHITEBOARD”.
  2. Use one of the pens from this box on the right side of the board. The box opens on the top.

  3. Here are some basics for the interactive whiteboard.
  4. The default settings include that your pen writes in black ink and your finger works as an eraser.
  5. In order to change these settings:
  6. When the Interactive Whiteboard's pen color menu appears (tap the screen with either your finger or one of the Whiteboard pens), select a color on the side of the screen using the tool you want to change. (For example, if you want the blue pen to be an eraser instead, using the blue pen, select the eraser tool.)
  7. If the change was successful, then you will see it in the bottom-right corner of the screen.

How To Interact With And Annotate Your Computer Screen

  1. Connect your computer to the system using a VGA or HDMI cable.
  2. For a VGA cable, plug it into the slot that says “COMPUTER”. If you want audio, plug in the audio input too.
  3. For an HDMI cable, plug it into the slot that says “HDMI”. The audio automatically connects so you don’t have to worry about that.
  4. Turn on the system by pressing the button that says “WHITEBOARD”.
  5. To display your computer screen, click the button that says “SOURCE SEARCH”. Your computer screen should now be displayed!
  6. Use one of the pens from this box on the right side of the board to annotate the screen. The box opens on the top.

  7. You're done!

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