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Electronic Print Board
(Interactive Panaboard)
Operating Instructions
with Installation Manual
(for qualified service personnel)
MODEL NO.
KX-BP800
Panaboard
Stand and wall-mounting kit are optional.
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To assemble this unit, please refer to the Installation Manual on pages 82 through 94.
Before operating this unit, please read these instructions completely.
After reading them, keep them for future reference.
D Because of the nature of the print film, all the printed text will remain on the film.
D This product is designed for installation by a qualified servicing dealer.
Installation performed by non-authorized individuals could cause safety-related problems with
the operation of this equipment.
D To locate the closest authorized dealer in your area, please call 1-800-449-8988.
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Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Electronic Print Board.
For optimum performance and safety, please read these instructions carefully.
Things you should keep a record of
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For your future reference
Date of purchase
Serial number
Dealer’s name and address
Dealer's telephone number
CMicrosoft®, Windows®, Windows NT®, NetMeeting®, PowerPoint® and CalliGrapher® are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Windows® is Microsoft® Windows® operating system.
Windows NT® is Microsoft® Windows NT® operating system.
NetMeeting® is Microsoft® NetMeeting® conferencing software.
PowerPoint® is Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation graphics program.
CIBM® is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
CPentium® is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.
CAdobe®, Acrobat® are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
CAll trademarks referred to in this manual are the property of their respective companies.
Warning about saving data
When the system storage device or any of its optional storage device is adversely effected by operational errors,
static electricity, electrical noise, vibration, dust or when the power has been cut off due to malfunction, repair or
inadvertently, the memory contents may be lost or changed. Before operating the system, make a point of
reading the precautionary notes in the Operating Instructions and the help information, and observe them during
operation.
Please observe carefully the following precaution:
C Make absolutely sure that all important data is saved by back-up or the original is saved.
The manufacturer hereby declares that it cannot be held accountable for any loss or change in any data stored on
floppy disks, hard disks, optical disks, or other memory devices.
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Warning Notices
WARNING:
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE OF
MOISTURE.
TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO
NOT REMOVE THE COVER OF THIS PRODUCT, REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
THE SOCKET-OUTLET MUST BE NEAR THIS EQUIPMENT AND MUST BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
Federal Communications Commission Requirements
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required
to correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC Warning: To assure continued FCC compliance, the user must use only the provided power supply cord. Also, any
unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment would void the user’s warranty.
NOTICE: This product has a fluorescent lamp that contains a small amount of mercury. It also contains lead in some
components. Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations.
For disposal or recycling information please contact your local authorities, or the Electronics Industries Alliance:
<http://www.eiae.org.>
Accessories
CFilm cassette (Blue gear✕1, Green gears✕3) .......1
CThermal transfer film [20m (65.6')] ...................1
CEraser cloth (for Electronic eraser) ...................2
CBatteries (LR03 “AAA”) .....................................6
CMarkers (Black, Red, Blue-Big) ..............Each 1
CEraser ...............................................................1
CPower cord .......................................................1
CInteractive cable [5m (16.4')] ............................1
CLetter papers .......................................20 sheets
CPen holder ........................................................2
CSoftware CD-ROM ...........................................1
COperating Instructions ......................................1
CMarkers for interactive
(Black, Red, Blue, Green-Small) .......Each 1
CElectronic eraser ..............................................1
CSoftware License Agreement ...........................1
CWall-mounting template ....................................1
CWarranty card ...................................................1
The markers (Big) and the eraser are used for other than the interactive function.
The markers for interactive (Small) are used while inserted in the pen holder.
In this manual, the pen holder with a marker for interactive (Small) is called the Electronic Pen.
The Electronic Pen and the Electronic Eraser are used with the interactive function.
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Features
The KX-BP800 is equipped with two interactive functions; Projector mode and Whiteboard mode, in addition to a
regular electronic print board that utilizes plain paper. It is possible to use this product as follows.
CElectronic print board
Functions
CAllows copying up to 9 copies per screen
CAllows printing in 2 level contrast (Normal/Dark)
CAllows printing of 2-screens at the time by compressing them into a single sheet of paper
CProjector mode (Interactive function)
Connect the Interactive Panaboard to a computer that is connected to a projector and use the projector to
project the image onto the Interactive Panaboard.
This is called the Projector mode.
In this mode, the following operations are possible:
COperating the computer using the Electronic Pen with its cap on as a mouse
CDrawing handwritten lines or erasing it using the Electronic Pen with its cap on in the projected image
CSaving the projected image to an image file and printing the projected image
CRecording the operations of drawing and erasing handwritten lines, playing back and editing the recorded
operations later
In Projector mode, the projected computer image on the screen of the Interactive Panaboard can be operated by
using the Electronic Pen as a mouse. You can execute the application and electronically write or erase notes.
The electronically handwritten or partially erased computer image can be stored into an image file. This will help
make your presentation more impressive to the attendants.
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Features
CWhiteboard mode (Interactive function)
Before you start
Using
By connecting the Interactive Panaboard to a computer, the information written on the Interactive Panaboard is
displayed on the computer in real-time.
This is called the Whiteboard mode.
In this mode, the following operations are possible:
CThe information written on the Interactive Panaboard using the Electronic Pen with its cap off will be
displayed on the computer screen at the same time.
CThe information erased using the Electronic Eraser will be erased in the computer as well.
CYou can save drawings and notes into a file which can later be printed.
CAllows the user to record the information being written or erased in a file that can be played back as a movie
and it can be edited if needed.
Help
CPC Interface (Option)
When the optional PC Interface Kit (KX-BP095) is used, you can scan monochrome images from the KX-BP800
into a computer running Microsoft® Windows® or Windows NT® and print documents on the computer to the
printer of the KX-BP800.
For the operation using the PC Interface Kit, please refer to the Operating Instructions of the PC Interface Kit
(KX-BP095).
Installation
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Table of Contents
Before you start
Precautions ...........................................................................8
Part Names and Functions.................................................12
CThe control panel ............................................................................13
Using
Installing Thermal Transfer Film .......................................14
Loading Copy Paper ...........................................................16
Making Copies ....................................................................18
CCopy types and procedures ............................................................19
Replacing Thermal Transfer Film ......................................20
Paper Jams ..........................................................................21
Before Using the Interactive Function ..............................24
CSetting the Electronic Pen ...............................................................24
CSetting the Electronic Eraser...........................................................25
CReplacing the eraser cloth ..............................................................25
CSystem requirements ......................................................................26
CConnecting to the PC ......................................................................26
CInstalling the software .....................................................................27
BUninstalling the software ................................................................................27
Using the Interactive Panaboard Software .......................29
CStart up the Interactive Panaboard Software ..................................29
CPop-up menu configuration of
the Interactive Panaboard Software .........................30
CSwitching the mode .........................................................................30
CSettings of the Interactive Panaboard Software ..............................31
CReference the help ..........................................................................33
CDisplay the information about
the Interactive Panaboard Software .........................33
CExiting the Interactive Panaboard Software ....................................33
Projector Mode ....................................................................34
CPrecautions when using a projector ................................................34
CBasic operation flow in Projector mode ...........................................35
CAbout Desktop Drawing Tool ...........................................................39
CDesktop Drawing Tool operation .....................................................40
CAbout On-Screen Keyboard ............................................................47
COn-Screen Keyboard operation ......................................................47
CAbout View window .........................................................................50
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Table of Contents
Whiteboard Mode ................................................................51
CBasic operation flow in Whiteboard mode .......................................51
CAbout Whiteboard window ..............................................................53
View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation .............54
Using
CDifferences between the View window and
the Whiteboard window ..................54
CMenu configuration..........................................................................54
CTool bars..........................................................................................57
CCreate an IPB document (Whiteboard window only) ......................58
COpen an IPB document ...................................................................58
CSave the IPB document ..................................................................58
CSave the IPB document in another file format.................................59
CChange display method ..................................................................62
CSwitch a page of the IPB document ................................................62
CEdit a page of the IPB document ....................................................63
CPlayback the IPB document ............................................................66
CRecognizing Handwriting in the IPB document ...............................66
CPrint the IPB document ...................................................................68
CSettings ...........................................................................................69
Before you start
Using
Remote Conferencing Using Microsoft® NetMeeting® ....73
Help
CAbout NetMeeting® .........................................................................73
CExample of using NetMeeting® .......................................................73
Help
Daily Care and Maintenance ..............................................75
Troubleshooting ..................................................................77
CMeanings of various displays ..........................................................79
CConsumable and accessories .........................................................81
Installation
Installation
Specifications .....................................................................80
Installation Manual .............................................................82
The IPB document is a Interactive Panaboard format file (extension ".ipb").
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Precautions
Never remove the cover, or take apart or modify the
product. This will void the warranty.
Do not position the electronic print board in a location
where it is not stable.
Do not put drinks or other liquids on the tray.
After installing or moving the electronic print board,
lock the casters and set the fall-prevention extension
legs.
Locking the casters
(Push this side)
Do not use the electronic print board in an excessively
humid or dusty location.
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If the electronic print board is not going to be used for
an extended period of time (e.g., during extended
holidays), turn off the power and remove the plug from
the wall outlet.
Precautions
Installation
CDo not install the unit where it may be exposed to direct sunlight, near heating
equipment, or near air-conditioning vents as this may cause stretching and/or
discoloration of the screen.
Screen film
CMake thick and dark lines inside the copying
area. Note that any writing inside the
shaded area on the right figure cannot
be copied.
25mm (1")
35mm
(13/8")
Copying area
Before you start
CDo not install the unit in locations having a temperature of 10°C (50°F) or lower or
where the temperature may change suddenly as this may disable the unit’s ability
to make copies.
35mm
(13/8")
25mm (1")
CDo not erase with an overly dirty eraser. (See pages 75 and 77.)
CDo not allow writing to remain on the screen for an extended period of time as it
will become harder to erase.
Using
CUse a commercially available white board cleaner for hard-to-erase stains.
(SANFORD® EXPO® white board cleaner etc.)
CPeriodically wipe the screen film gently with a water-dampened cloth that has
been thoroughly wrung. (See page 75.)
CDo not touch the screen, write with markers, or erase while the screen is moving
as this may result in damage to the unit.
CUse only the included or designated markers, erasers and thermal transfer film.
(See page 81.)
Use of accessories other than those included or designated (such as oil-based
markers) may damage the screen or result in hard-to-erase markings.
CCopy quality increases with the thickness of the drawn line. To ensure quality
copies, please use the markers (Big).
Help
Markers,
Erasers and
Thermal
transfer film
CThe markers for interactive (Small) draw thin lines. The quality of the copies may
be reduced when these markers are used.
CDo not store the thermal transfer film in a location subject to extreme changes in
temperature (such as near air conditioning or heating equipment) as this may
cause condensation on the thermal transfer film and result in poor print quality
and/or paper jams.
CThe length of one roll of designated thermal transfer film (Replacement film : KXBP081 or KX-BP082) is approximately 100 meters (328.1'). One roll of thermal
transfer film can make approximately 300 sheets of copies.
Note that the total number of copies may differ depending on the operating
conditions.
Also note that the length of the thermal transfer film supplied with the unit is
shorter than the replacement film roll and is only approximately 20 meters (65.6').
Installation
CStore markers horizontally as vertical storage may stop the ink from coming out.
SANFORD® and EXPO® are registered trademarks of Sanford corporation.
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Precautions
Power cord
and Interactive
cable
CBefore moving the unit, disconnect the power cord from the electrical power
socket and AC inlet, and disconnect the interactive cable from the interactive
connector and a PC. Then coil them for transportation. Failure to do these cause
the cord and cable to be damaged if they are stepped on or if they catch on
something while the unit is being moved.
Replacing the
Thermal
transfer film
CDispose of the used thermal transfer film in a trash receptacle for burnable trash.
CA negative of the copied image will remain on the thermal transfer film.
(To protect the security of your information, we recommend cutting up used
thermal transfer film with scissors or shredder before disposing of it.)
Electronic Pen
and
Electronic
Eraser
Transmitter
CDo not cover the transmitter with your hand while using an interactive function as
this may cause the position of the Electronic Pen or the Electronic Eraser not to
be normally detected.
NG
OK
CPress down firmly with the point of the Electronic Pen or the eraser cloth of the
Electronic Eraser on the screen film until you hear a buzzing sound, and then
move it slowly.
However, do not press down the point of the Electronic Pen too much strongly as
this may make a dent in the screen back panel.
CDo not use two or more the Electronic Pens or the Electronic Eraser at the same
time as this may cause the position of the Electronic Pen or the Electronic Eraser
not to be normally detected.
CFor precise positioning, keep the Electronic Pen and Electronic Eraser
perpendicularly to the screen during use.
CSince ultrasonic is used to detect the position of the Electronic Pen and Electronic
Eraser when they are being used, you may hear a buzzing sound, but this is not
harmful to the human body or peripheral hardware.
It will also not result in an electric shock.
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Precautions
Projector
CLight from the projector may enter the eye when using a projector to project
images for the purpose of making presentations and so on. Be very careful as
direct projector light may hurt the eyes.
Using
If batteries are used improperly, batteries may leak, causing corrosion of the
product, or they may burst. To prevent this, always follow the precautions given
below.
CAlways remove batteries from the Electronic Pen and Electronic Eraser if they are
not to be used for an extended period of time.
CUse the same type of batteries. Do not mix different types.
CDo not mix old and new batteries.
CAlways insert batteries with their polarity properly oriented as indicated on the
Electronic Pen or Electronic Eraser.
CIf the Electronic Pen or Electronic Eraser ceases to function because batteries
have run out, remove them immediately and dispose of them according to local
regulations.
Leaving drained batteries in the Electronic Pen or Electronic Eraser may result in
leakage.
CDo not disassemble batteries or place them in a fire.
CDo not short batteries.
CAlkaline batteries cannot be recharged. Never attempt to recharge alkaline
batteries.
Before you start
Battery
Help
Installation
11
Part Names and Functions
Electronic Pen/Electronic
Eraser Position Receiver
Electronic Pen/Electronic
Eraser Position Receiver
Power Switch
Screen Film
ON
AC Inlet
OFF
Output Port
Tray
Outputs copy paper that
has been copied. Can hold
up to 20 sheets.
Interactive Connector
Power Cord
Paper Cover
Open this cover when loading
copy paper.
Printer Open Lever
Push down this lever to open
the printer door.
Printer Door
Open the printer door when loading
transfer film or when removing
paper jams.
(See pages 14, 20 and 21.)
Control Panel
Multi-Copy/Error Indicator
Contrast/Remaining Film
Indicator
Panasonic
KX-BP800
Advance Key
1 2
Contrast Key
2-Screen Copy Key
Electronic Pen (See page 24)
Copy Key
Multi-Copy/Stop Key
Electronic Eraser (See page 25)
Pen Button*
Eraser Cover
Pen Holder Lever
When using the projector mode to operate the
computer screen on the print board screen and
operating the pen while holding down the pen
button achieves the same function as pressing
the right mouse button.
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Eraser Cloth
Part Names and Functions
■ The control panel
Name
Panel
(Note that only about 15 more sheets may be copied when
this indicator starts flashing.)
Replacement film (KX-BP081 or KX-BP082) is separately
available from the dealer where you purchased your unit.
The flashing indicator will go out after the power is turned off and the printer
has been opened and closed. (When copying is performed, this indicator will
begin flashing again.)
Copy Key
This key causes the front and back of the screen to be copied on a single
sheet of paper.
This key prints a copy of the screen.
This indicator displays the number of copies to be made. The display
changes each time the multi-copy/stop key is pressed.
Example : 1→ 2 → … → 9 → 1 → …
When an error occurs, a flashing symbol will appear in this display to indicate the error
status. (See page 79.)
Advance
Key
This key advances the screen from right to left.
Installation
MultiCopy/
Stop Key
When making multiple copies, press this key until the desired number of
copies is displayed on the multi-copy/error indicator. This key can also be
pressed while multiple copies are being made to stop the copying
process. The display indication changes while multiple copies are being
made as shown below. After reaching 0, the display will reset to 1.
Example: 5 → 4 → 3 → 2 → 1 → 0 → 1 (countdown display during copying)
Help
MultiCopy/
Error
Indicator
1 2
Using
Each time this key is pressed, the unit will alternate between normal and
dark contrast modes (Normal/Dark).
Contrast
Key
Before you start
This lamp indicator notifies the user when the time to replace the thermal
transfer film is approaching (estimated) and of the printing contrast used
during copying.
Indicator off : Normal printing contrast.
Indicator on : Darker than normal printing contrast.
Indicator flashing : Almost time to replace the thermal transfer film.
Contrast/
Remaining
Film
Indicator
2-Screen
Copy Key
Description
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Installing Thermal Transfer Film
Load the thermal transfer film into the film cassette and install in the printer.
1
Set the power switch to on ( | ).
C" " will flash on the multi-copy/error indicator
when the thermal transfer film has run out.
ON
OFF
Power Switch
2
Push down the printer open lever and open the
printer door.
Printer Open
Lever
Printer Door
3
Insert the four gears into the new thermal
transfer film.
CSecurely align the gear tabs with the grooves in
the thermal transfer film and insert them as far
as they will go.
Note
CThere is a blue gear and three green gears
which need to be attached as shown in the
figure on the right.
Blue Gear
Gear Tabs
Grooves
(Blue)
Blue Gear
Thermal
Transfer Film
Green Gear
Tabs
Grooves
Green Gears
Green Gear
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Installing Thermal Transfer Film
4
Load the thermal transfer film into the film
cassette.
Thermal
Transfer Film
Load thermal transfer
film in this derection
Blue Gear
Before you start
CLoad the thermal transfer film into the film
cassette so that the blue gear inserted in the
thermal transfer film is located on the blue label
side of the film cassette. Push in the direction
of the arrow until you hear all four gear shafts
click in place.
Blue Label
Film Cassette
5
If the thermal transfer film is slack, take up the
slack by winding the gears on the label side of
the cassette in the direction of the arrows.
6
Using
CThe multi-copy/error indicator may flash
" " if the thermal transfer film is slack.
In addition, the thermal transfer film may
wrinkle, and blank (unprinted) spots or black
streaks may appear on the copy paper.
Thermal
Transfer Film
Label
Slack Prohibited
Install the film cassette.
CIf the film is slack after loading the film
cassette, take up the slack in the same manner
described in step 5 while the cassette remains
loaded.
Blue Label
Help
CInsert the film cassette into the printer so that
the blue gear on the cassette aligns with the
blue label on the printer and then insert the
gear shafts on both sides of the cassette into
the grooves inside the printer.
Grooves
Grooves
Close the printer door.
CSecurely close the printer door by using both
hands until a click is heard.
CThe " " flashing on the multi-copy/error
indicator will go out.
Installation
7
Note
CIf the flashing " " does not go out even
though the printer door has been closed, this
indicates that the film cassette has not been
installed properly or that there is slack in the
thermal transfer film. Check the condition of the
film cassette and for slack in the thermal
transfer film.
Printer Door
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Loading Copy Paper
It is possible to load up to 80 sheets of Letter size copy paper [assuming a paper weight of 80g/m2 (21 lbs)].
Note that only Letter paper may be used.
When the unit is first used or when " " flashes on the multi-copy/error indicator to indicate that the unit is out of
paper, load copy paper as described below.
Notes on Loading Copy Paper
Follow the guidelines below to ensure smooth and accurate printing by the unit.
COnly use Letter size copying paper having a weight of 60 to 90g/m2 (16 to 24 lbs) as the copy paper for
this unit.
CDo not simultaneously load paper of varying type and thickness as this may result in paper jams.
CBefore adding copy paper, be sure to remove all copy paper remaining inside the unit's paper cover.
(Note : That copy paper will slightly resist being removed, but may be pulled out without problems.)
After removing the copy paper, stack the removed paper together with the new paper, fan it thoroughly,
square it and reload.
DO NOT USE THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF PAPER
CExtremely smooth or glossy paper
CCoated paper
CThermal paper
CPaper that is printed on one side
CWrinkled paper, creased paper, etc.
1
Set the power switch to on ( | ).
C"
" will flash on the multi-copy/error indicator
when copy paper has run out.
Note
CBe absolutely sure to check that the power is
on when loading copy paper as it will not load
properly otherwise.
ON
OFF
Power Switch
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Loading Copy Paper
2
Pull the paper cover forward as shown in the
right figure.
Before you start
Note
Magnets
CThe magnets are used as fasteners to hold the
paper cover closed.
Paper Cover
3
Using
To prevent paper jams such as those caused
by multiple sheets feeding, once fan the paper
thoroughly, square it, align it with the guide
inside, and insert as far as it will go.
Note
COnly use Letter size copying paper having a
weight of 60 to 90g/m2 (16 to 24 lbs) as the copy
paper for this unit.
CDo not stack more copy paper in the unit than
the maximum paper limit indicated by the guide
(see figure to the right) as this may result in
paper jams. [The unit can hold about 80 sheets
of paper having a weight of 80g/m2 (21 lbs).]
Guide
Help
Maximum Paper Limit
4
Close the paper cover.
Installation
Paper Cover
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Making Copies
This section describes how to copy text and illustrations drawn on the screen.
1
Set the power switch to on ( | ).
C"1" will light on the multi-copy/error indicator to
indicate that the unit is ready to copy.
ON
OFF
Power Switch
2
Press the copy key
.
CText and illustrations on the screen will be
copied and copies emerge from the output port.
CThe output port can hold up to 20 sheets of
copy paper. (Note that exceeding the output
port's capacity may result in paper jams.)
CFor details on making multiple copies,
2-screen copies and so on, see page 19.
Copy Key
Panasonic
KX-BP800
Note
CDo not use paper that has been copied on one
side by this printer as copy paper in this unit or
in any other copiers or printers as this may
result in dirty rollers, degradation of printing
quality, paper jams, and streaks and smudges
on output paper.
CCopy quality increases with the thickness of
the drawn line. To ensure quality copies,
please use the markers (Big).
CThe markers for interactive (Small) draw thin
lines. The quality of the copies may be reduced
when these markers are used.
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Output Paper
1 2
Making Copies
■ Copy types and procedures
Copy Type
Copying the back
of the screen
Press
.
Press
to move the screen to be copied to the front.
Press
.
Select the number of copies (1 to 9) by pressing
Making multiple
copies (up to 9)
Press
1 2
to stop copying in mid-operation.
.
2-Screen Copy
CCopying the front and
back of the screen on a
single sheet of paper
1 2
Front
Back
Help
Chart paper can be attached to the screen as shown in the figure and
copied. (Be sure to take the chart off the screen soon after copying is
finished.)
Copying chart
paper
Using
Making 2-screen
copies
as necessary.
.
CPress
Press
Before you start
Copying the front
of the screen
Procedure
Attach both
sides with
tape
3M ® is a registered trademark of 3M Corporation.
Installation
CWrinkles, slackness or folds in the chart when attached to the screen will show up
in copies as dark shadows.
CAffix it to the screen with drafting tape made by 3M ® or other similar tape with
medium adhesive.
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Replacing Thermal Transfer Film
The unit is capable of producing about 15 more copies when the contrast/remaining film indicator begins to flash.
The unit has run out of thermal transfer film and can no longer make copies when the multi-copy/error indicator
flashes " ". Separately available replacement film (KX-BP081 or KX-BP082) may be purchased from the dealer
where you purchased the unit. Thermal transfer film is replaced as follows.
Notes on Replacing Thermal Transfer Film
COnly use the designated product (KX-BP081 or KX-BP082) from Panasonic as the replacement
film. (Note that using another type of replacement film may result in degraded printing quality or
damage to the unit.)
CThermal transfer film is disposable. Dispose of used thermal transfer film as "burnable" or "nonrecyclable" rubbish.
CA negative of the copied image will remain on the thermal transfer film. To protect the security of
your information, we recommend cutting up used thermal transfer film with scissors or shredder
before disposing of it.
1
Push down the printer open lever to open the
printer door, and remove the film cassette with
both hands.
Film
Cassette
2
Remove the used thermal transfer film from
the film cassette and remove the four gears.
Printer
Open Lever
Thermal Transfer Film
Direction for
Removing
Thermal
Transfer Film
Blue Gear
3
Next, perform steps 3 to 7 in the section
entitled "Installing Thermal Transfer Film" that
can be found on page 14 and 15.
Green Gear
Thermal
Transfer Film
Green Gears
Film Cassette
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Paper Jams
Remove paper jams by the following procedure when copy paper does not come out of the output port or when "
flashes on the multi-copy/error indicator.
Push down the printer open lever to open the
printer door.
Printer
Open Lever
Before you start
1
"
Printer Door
Remove the film cassette with both hands.
Using
2
Film
Cassette
Remove all jammed paper.
Help
3
Jammed Paper
If the thermal transfer film is slack, take up the
slack by winding the gears on the label side of
the cassette in the direction of the arrows.
CThe multi-copy/error indicator may flash
" " if the thermal transfer film is slack.
In addition, the thermal transfer film may
wrinkle, and blank (unprinted) spots or black
streaks may appear on the copy paper.
Thermal
Transfer Film
Installation
4
Label
Slack Prohibited
21
Paper Jams
5
Install the film cassette.
CInsert the film cassette into the printer so that
the blue gear on the cassette aligns with the
blue label on the printer and then insert the
gear shafts on both sides of the cassette into
the grooves inside the printer.
Blue Label
Grooves
Grooves
6
Close the printer door.
CSecurely close the printer door with both hands
until a click is heard.
CThe" " flashing on the multi-copy/error
indicator will go out.
Printer Door
CIf the flashing "
" does not go out after the foregoing procedure has been performed;
This may indicate that the paper feeder is not functioning properly.
Reload the copy paper by following the steps given below.
1
Turn the power off and on.
2
Open the paper cover and remove all copy
paper remaining inside the unit's paper cover.
CNote that the copy paper will slightly resist
being removed, but may be pulled out without
problems.
Paper Cover
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Paper Jams
3
Before you start
To prevent paper jams such as those caused
by multiple sheets feeding, once fan the paper
thoroughly, square it, align it with the guide
inside, and insert as far as it will go.
Note
CDo not stack more copy paper in the unit than
the maximum paper limit indicated by the guide
(see figure to the right) as this may result in
paper jams. [Note that the unit can hold about
80 sheets of paper having a weight of 80g/m2
(21 lbs).]
Guide
4
Using
Maximum Paper Limit
Close the paper cover.
Help
Paper Cover
Installation
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Before Using the Interactive Function
■ Setting the Electronic Pen
1
Remove the battery cover on the pen holder,
insert the batteries as shown in the figure to
the right, and re-attach the battery cover.
Battery
Cover
-+
CAlways use “AAA” size (alkaline) batteries and
be sure that their polarity is properly oriented.
+
CDo not mix old and new, different type batteries
when replacing batteries.
-
2
1
3
Pen Holder
2
Remove the temporal cap, and set the cap and
adaptor to the marker for interactive.
CSecurely push the adaptor into the maker for
interactive as far as it will go.
CDo not remove the color identification cap on
the back end of the marker.
Remove the
temporal cap.
Marker for Interactive
Color
Identification Cap
1
Adaptor
Cap
3
3
2
Rotate the pen holder lever to the release
position, insert the marker for interactive, and
then return the pen holder lever to the lock
position.
CLock the pen holder lever while inserting the
marker all the way into the pen holder until you
hear a buzzing sound.
Detection of the marker color may not work well
unless the marker is inserted fully into the pen
holder.
CDo not set the marker near the electronic print
board while using the interactive function as
this may appear unnecessary streaks not
written on the computer screen.
2 Inserting
Locking
3
1 Releasing
Marker for
Interactive
Pen Holder
Lever
2 ~ 3mm (3/32" ~ 4/32" )
Note
CPress down firmly with the point of the Electronic Pen on the screen film until you hear a buzzing sound.
CFor precise positioning, keep the Electronic Pen perpendicularly to the screen during use. Inclined pen angle will
cause the shift of position.
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Before Using the Interactive Function
■ Setting the Electronic Eraser
CAlways use “AAA” size (alkaline) batteries and be
sure that their polarity is properly oriented.
4
-
CDo not mix old and new, different type batteries
when replacing batteries.
2
1
Eraser
Cover
+
-
+
3
Electronic
Eraser
Using
■ Replacing the eraser cloth
1
Before you start
Remove the eraser cover, insert the batteries as
shown in the figure to the right, and re-attach the
eraser cover.
Remove the eraser cloth by pushing through
the hole in the Electronic Eraser.
Press
Hole
Eraser Cloth
Attach a new eraser cloth by pressing around
the edge.
Help
2
New Eraser Cloth
Note
CPress down firmly with the eraser cloth of the Electronic Eraser on the screen film until you hear a buzzing sound.
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Before Using the Interactive Function
■ System requirements
Computer:
CPU:
Port:
Operating System:
Memory:
Hard Disk Space:
IBM® PC/AT or compatible machine with CD-ROM drive
Pentium® 150MHz or higher processor
9-pin communication (COM) port
Windows® 95, Windows® 98, Windows® Millennium Edition,
Windows NT® 4.0, Windows® 2000 or Windows® XP
32MB or higher
At least 10MB free space
■ Connecting to the PC
1
Connect one end of the proprietary interactive
cable supplied to the interactive connector
under the tray and the other end to the
computer's communication (COM) port.
Interactive Board
Note
CBe sure to turn off the electronic print board
and PC before you connect or take off the
interactive cable.
Tray
2
After connecting the interactive cable, securely
tighten the screws on the connector.
Interactive Cable
Note
Interactive
Connector
To the PC
(communication port)
This cable is a proprietary interactive cable for
connecting the electronic print board with
a PC.
Please do not use it with any other products.
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Before Using the Interactive Function
■ Installing the software
Manuals
CReadme - You can view the readme file
COperating Instructions – **You can view the Operating Instruction
Manual.
Before you start
In order to use interactive functions by connecting a computer and the
Interactive Panaboard, it is necessary to install the Interactive
Panaboard Software.
When you insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive, the Installation
Software will run *automatically. This will display the software menu on
the right. This menu consists of two sub menus;
Applications
CInteractive Panaboard – This install the software needed for the
Interactive Panaboard.
Using
*Depending on the Operating System or the settings that you are using, the Automatic Installation Software may
not work. If this is the case please run the Installation Software "cdrun.exe" in the CD-ROM through Windows
Explorer.
**Install Acrobat Reader 4.0 – Acrobat Reader is needed in order to view the Operating Instruction Manual.
Remark:
CLogon as the administrator when using Windows NT® 4.0, Windows® 2000 or Windows® XP.
CInstalling the Interactive Panaboard Software
CInstallation of the Interactive Panaboard Software will start.
Help
(1) Click “Interactive Panaboard” from software menu.
(2) Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.
CWhen the installation of the Interactive Panaboard Software is completed, “Interactive Panaboard”
group will be entered under “Panasonic” at the Program menu.
Under the “Interactive Panaboard” group, there will be three items, Interactive Panaboard
Software, Help and Operating Instructions.
CAdobe® Acrobat® Reader is necessary to refer to the Operating Instructions.
CUninstalling the software
If you need to uninstall the Interactive Panaboard Software, please follow the following procedure.
(1) Click the [Start] button, and then click "Control Panel" in "Settings".
(For Windows® XP, click the [Start] button, and then click "Control Panel".)
(2) Double-click "Add/Remove Programs" icon in the Control Panel.
(3) Select "Interactive Panaboard" in the Add/Remove Programs list, and click [Add/Remove] button.
(4) Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the uninstall.
Installation
Remark:
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Before Using the Interactive Function
CIn order to view the Operating Instruction Manual on the CD-ROM, Reference of the
Interactive Panaboard Operating Instructions in CD-ROM
CAdobe® Acrobat® Reader is necessary to refer to the Operating Instructions.
If it is not installed on your computer, install Adobe® Acrobat® Reader before refer to the Operating
Instructions.
(1) Click "Operating Instructions" in Manuals group of the Automatic Installation Software.
(2) You can see the Operating Instructions after Adobe® Acrobat® Reader runs automatically.
CInstalling
Adobe® Acrobat® Reader
(1) Click "Acrobat (R) Reader" in Manuals group of the Automatic Installation Software.
CInstallation of Adobe® Acrobat® Reader will start.
(2) Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.
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Using the Interactive Panaboard Software
■ Start up the Interactive Panaboard Software
Turn on the power of the Interactive Panaboard.
2
Turn on the computer's power and start up Windows.
3
Click the [Start] button, and then click [Programs] · [Panasonic] ·
[Interactive Panaboard] ·
[Interactive Panaboard].
(For Windows® XP, [All Programs] instead of [Programs])
Before you start
1
CThe Interactive Panaboard Software runs, and the COM detection
dialog box appears to show the Interactive Panaboard is detected.
4
Click the [OK] button.
5
Click either the [Projector] button or the [Whiteboard] button, and
then click the [OK] button.
CThe Select Mode dialog box will appear.
Using
When the Projector mode is selected:
The calibration start screen will be displayed, then calibrate to adjust the position of the projected image and the
position of the Interactive Panaboard screen.
When the calibration is completed and the Projector mode become active, the icon
will be registered in the
Taskbar and the Desktop Drawing Tool will appear automatically.
CIn the Projector mode, the Desktop Drawing Tool is used for operation.
The View window is used for playback and for editing a file which is recorded in the Projector mode.
For operation of the Projector mode, refer to "Projector Mode" from page 34.
The icon
will be registered in the Taskbar and the Whiteboard window will appear automatically.
Help
When the Whiteboard mode is selected:
CIn the Whiteboard mode, the contents of the drawing on the Interactive Panaboard Screen will be displayed in the
Whiteboard window.
The Whiteboard window is also used to playback and to edit a file which is recorded in the Whiteboard mode.
For operation of the Whiteboard mode, refer to "Whiteboard Mode" from page 51.
Remark:
Installation
CIf the Interactive Panaboard is not detected, the notification dialog box
appears.
In this case, check the status of the Interactive Panaboard and confirm that
the interactive cable is connected. For details on the settings of the
communications (COM) port, refer to "COM port" on page 31.
CIf the Interactive Panaboard Software is used without connecting the Interactive Panaboard, click [Offline] button
in the notification dialog box.
In the offline state, a file recorded in the Projector mode or the Whiteboard mode can be played back and edited.
CThe tool tip text displayed when the mouse is located over the icon
in the Taskbar allows you to determine
the current mode.
Projector mode:
"Interactive Panaboard (Projector)"
Whiteboard mode: "Interactive Panaboard (Whiteboard)"
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Using the Interactive Panaboard Software
■ Pop-up menu configuration of the Interactive Panaboard Software
Right-click the
in the Taskbar to get the pop-up menu.
Following operations are possible in the pop-up menu.
Select Mode... :
Execute the calibration.
(Projector mode only)
➡ Page 35
Draw :
Display the Desktop Drawing Tool.
(Projector mode only)
➡ Page 39
On-Screen
Keyboard :
Display the On-Screen Keyboard.
(Projector mode only)
➡ Page 47
Calibrate :
Tool
Allow you to switch between modes (Projector mode/ Whiteboard mode).
View Window : Display the View window.
(Projector mode only) ➡ Page 50
Open/Close
Whiteboard window :
Switch the Whiteboard window open/close. (Whiteboard mode only) ➡ Page 53
Settings
COM Port... :
Set the communication port.
Adjustment... : Adjust the position of the Electronic Pen or the Electronic Eraser to
improve the shifted position.
Options... :
Set the option of the Interactive Panaboard Software.
Help Topics... :
Display the help of the Interactive Panaboard Software.
About... :
Display the Interactive Panaboard Software version information.
Exit :
Exit the Interactive Panaboard Software.
■ Switching the mode
You can freely switch the Projector mode and the Whiteboard mode while the
Interactive Panaboard Software is running.
1
Right-click the icon
in the Taskbar and click [Select Mode...] in
the pop-up menu. In addition, you can double-click the icon
in
the Taskbar.
CThe Select Mode dialog box will appear.
2
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Click either the [Projector] button or the [Whiteboard] button, and then click the [OK] button.
CWhen switching to the Projector mode, the calibration screen will not be displayed automatically
after calibration ended correctly once. Please calibrate if necessary.
CWhen switching to the Whiteboard mode, the Whiteboard window will be displayed.
Using the Interactive Panaboard Software
■ Settings of the Interactive Panaboard Software
CCOM port
(1) Right-click the icon
in the Taskbar and click [Settings] · [COM
port...] in the pop-up menu.
CThe COM port dialog box will appear.
(2) Click the [Start...] button of the Auto Detection to detect the communication port
connected with the Interactive Panaboard automatically.
Otherwise, click the arrow at the bottom on the right side of the [COM port] box and then
click the communication port from the list.
Before you start
Setup the communication port to communicate with the Interactive Panaboard.
(3) Click the [OK] button.
The Electronic Pen or the Electronic Eraser position may largely shift by the
using environment. In this case, adjust the position according to the following
procedures to improve the shifted position.
Using
CAdjustment
(1) Right-click the icon
in the Taskbar and click [Settings] ·
[Adjustment...] in the pop-up menu.
CThe Adjustment dialog box will appear.
CWhen the adjustment is finished, the adjustment end message will be displayed in the Adjustment
dialog box and the [Cancel] button will be changed into the [OK] button.
Help
(2) Place the Electronic Pen at the center of the Interactive
Panaboard screen and drag slowly the Electronic Pen
downward about 100mm (4").
(3) Click the [OK] button.
Note
CFor precise adjusting, keep the Electronic Pen perpendicularly to the Interactive Panaboard screen during the
adjustment. Inclined pen angle will cause the shift of position.
CTo cancel the adjustment, click the [Cancel] button by a mouse of the computer.
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COptions
Set-up the option of the Interactive Panaboard Software.
(1) Right-click the icon
in the Taskbar and click
[Settings] · [Options...] in the pop-up menu.
CThe Options dialog box will appear.
(2) The following options can be set.
Show Desktop Drawing Tool when Projector Mode starts:
When this is selected, the Desktop Drawing Tool is
automatically displayed after the Projector mode starts.
Print out image automatically rotates to fit printer paper direction:
When this is selected, the printing image automatically rotates
to fit the direction of paper set in a printer.
[On-Screen Keyboard] group
This sets whether the original keyobard or Windows keyboard
is to be used.
Original Keyboard: The original keyboard of the Interactive Panaboard Software is used.
Windows Keyboard: The On-Screen Keyboard provided with Windows is used.
* Windows Keyboard can be used only with Windows® Millennium Edition, Windows® 2000 or
Windows® XP.
[Desktop Drawing Tool: Capture] group
JPEG : To set the quality level when exporting a page as a JPEG format image file.
TIFF : To perform compression when exporting a page as a TIFF format image file, select (turn ON) the
[Compression (PACKBITS)] check box.
Save file automatically, named with the date: When this check box is selected, the image file will be
saved automatically as a file named with the date of
capture.
Save folder: Sets the default folder for saving image files.
File Format: Sets the default format for saving image files.
Display save verification dialog box: Select this check box to display a dialog box to verify the image file
name.
[Desktop Drawing Tool: Recording Method] group
Sets the recording method when recording marker and eraser data as an IPB document in Projector
mode.
C Select [(Method 1) Draw strokes and record after verifying the background image] to verify the
background image before recording the marker and eraser data that is drawn.
C Select [(Method 2) Record strokes and background image together] to record the background image
at the same time as the marker and eraser data that is drawn.
[Desktop Drawing Tool: Drawing Data File] group
Sets a default folder other than the folder of the PowerPoint file when processing drawing data files for
PowerPoint Slide Show.
(3) Click the [OK] button.
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■ Reference the help
Right-click the icon
in the Taskbar and click [Help Topics...] in the pop-up menu.
■ Display the information about the Interactive Panaboard Software
Right-click the icon
in the Taskbar and click [About...] in the pop-up menu.
CThe version information of the Interactive Panaboard Software is displayed.
Before you start
CThe topics on the online help are displayed.
■ Exiting the Interactive Panaboard Software
Right-click the icon
in the Taskbar and click [Exit] in the pop-up menu.
CThe Interactive Panaboard Software ends.
Using
Help
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■ Precautions when using a projector
Position Receiver
Electronic Print Board
Position Receiver
Interactive Upper
Limit Mark
100mm (315/16")
50mm
(2")
35mm
(13/8")
Interactive
Upper Limit Mark
100mm (315/16")
35mm
(13/8")
Screen Film
Projector
Do not use the shaded area.
CWhen using a projector to project images, be sure to display the image so that it is centered left-to-right
on the electronic print board screen and with at least a 50 mm (2") gap between the top of the image
and the screen border. Note that the Electronic Pen does not always operate properly when within 50
mm (2") of the top of the screen, 100 mm (315/16") of the position receiver and 35 mm (13/8") from the both
sides of the screen.
CSince the Electronic Pen position may shift if the image on the screen is trapezoidal, adjust the projector
so that the image on the screen is rectangular.
CWhen projecting an image on the electronic print board using a projector, the image on the screen may
become difficult to see depending on the viewing angle and position due to reflected projector light.
If this happens, adjust the location of the projector or change your viewing position.
CWhen using a projector to project a PC screen, be sure to use optimum resolution settings for the
projector and the PC. The image may be difficult to see if optimum settings are not used. Fine lines in
the image on the electronic print board screen may appear broken particularly if the projector resolution
is lower than the PC resolution.
CWhen using a projector to project images, the Electronic Pen position may shift if the projection position
shifts due to the following causes. If this happens, it becomes necessary to perform calibration to reposition the projected image on the screen. (For details on calibration, please see page 35.)
BWhen the installed location of the projector is changed.
BWhen the position of the electronic print board is changed.
BWhen the projection area and position has changed due to using a projector function such as zoom.
BWhen the display resolution of the projector or PC has changed.
CNote that the position of an electronic print board attached to a stand may shift if it is struck carelessly.
Always make sure the stand's casters are locked in place.
CLight from the projector may enter the eye when using a projector to project images for the purpose of
making presentations and so on. Be very careful as direct projector light may hurt the eyes.
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■ Basic operation flow in Projector mode
CCalibration
Calibration is an operation to calibrate the
position of the computer screen projected onto
the Interactive Panaboard screen to judge the
position by the Interactive Panaboard Software.
(1) Start the Interactive Panaboard
Software and select the Projector
mode. (See page 29.)
Before you start
This section explains the flow of basic operations when using the Interactive Panaboard Software in the Projector
mode. We recommend trying the operations in accordance with the following steps to help you completely
understand the operations in the Projector mode.
CFor any explanations on the operations of the Projector mode, the Electronic Pen will be referred to as "Mouse"
and the projected computer screen on the Interactive Panaboard will be referred to as "Desktop".
Place the
Electronic Pen
on this position
and depress it.
(2) In the sequence of upper left, upper
right, lower right and lower left, press for about two seconds for center of each four corner
position with the Electronic Pen.
Using
CThe calibration screen is displayed.
CWhen this operation ended correctly, then the next position starts automatically.
(3) When the calibration ended correctly, there is a message telling you its finish. From this
point onward, the Electronic Pen can be used as the Mouse.
CIf you move the projector or Interactive Panaboard, the position of the computer screen projected onto the
Interactive Panaboard screen will be changed. This will result in out of position of the Electronic Pen. If this
happens, you will need to recalibrate the unit by executing [Calibrate] in the pop-up menu.
CIn the Projector mode, use the Electronic Pen with its cap on.
CDo not cover the position receiver with your hand as this may cause interactive function to stop functioning.
CPress down firmly with the point of the Electronic Pen on the screen film until you hear a buzzing sound.
CFor precise positioning, keep the Electronic Pen perpendicularly to the Interactive Panaboard screen during
use. Inclined pen angle will cause the shift of position.
CIf recalibration is necessary, click [Calibrate] in the pop-up menu.
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Remark:
Help
Note
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CUse the Electronic Pen as a mouse
After the calibration is completed, the Electronic Pen can be used as a mouse for the projected computer screen
on the Interactive Panaboard.
(1) If the Desktop Drawing Tool is not displayed, right-click the icon
and click [Tool] · [Draw] to display the Desktop Drawing Tool.
in the Taskbar
(Arrow) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
(2) To use the Electronic Pen as a mouse, click
Operations of "click" and "drag" are as follows.
CSingle click:
Press the projected screen with the tip of the Electronic Pen.
CDouble-click:
Double-click is executed by performing two quick clicks at the same position with
the tip of the Electronic Pen.
CDrag:
Press and hold the desire image with the tip of the Electronic Pen while dragging
the image to its new position.
CRight-click:
Locate light gray button on the Electronic Pen. While pressing the button of the
Electronic Pen, press the projected screen with the tip of the Electronic Pen and
release. (Do not release the button of the Electronic Pen before all of these
operations are finished.)
For more details about the Desktop Drawing Tools, please refer to "About Desktop
Drawing Tool" from page 39.
Note
CFor precise positioning, keep the Electronic Pen perpendicularly to the Interactive Panaboard screen
during use. Inclined pen angle will cause the shift of position.
Remark:
CIf double-click does not work properly, confirm that the same position is accurately clicked twice.
When the position is different, it is not recognized a double click.
Or, try different timing of depressing and releasing of the Electronic Pen. This operation is also depending on
the setting of the double-click speed in "Mouse" of the Windows "Control Panel".
CDraw and erase handwritten lines on the Desktop
(1) Click either
(Black, Red, Blue or Green Marker) in the Desktop Drawing Tool to
draw handwritten lines.
CThe shape of the mouse cursor changes to
.
(2) Position the mouse pointer where you want to draw a handwritten line on the
Desktop and drag the Mouse.
(3) Click
(Eraser) in the Desktop Drawing Tool to erase the handwritten line.
CThe shape of the mouse cursor changes to
.
(4) Drag the Mouse to the area on the Desktop to be erased.
Remark:
CThe width and color of the markers and the size of the eraser can be changed. (See page 41.)
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CRecord image and handwritten lines data on the Desktop
There are two ways to record. For settings of the recording method, refer to "Options" on page 32.
This section explains the recording method of [(Method 1) Draw strokes and record after verifying the
background image]. For more details on recording methods, refer to "Record Drawing Data in IPB Document"
on page 43.
Before you start
Data of handwritten lines drawn or erased on the Desktop using the Desktop Drawing Tool can be recorded in
Interactive Panaboard format files (extension ".ipb", referred to as IPB documents) along with the initial Desktop
image.
Written or erased handwritten lines are recorded in stroke units and can be displayed, played back and edited
later in the View window.
Recording by Using [(Method 1) Draw strokes and record after verifying the
background image]
(1) Click
(REC Start) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThe image of the Desktop is displayed in the dialog box.
CIf there are drawn lines on the Desktop, a verification dialog box will appear to confirm whether to
erase drawings.
To erase the drawn lines, click [Yes] button.
To leave the drawn lines, click [No] button.
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(2) If it is acceptable to store as a background image, click the [OK] button.
(3) Draw lines by using
(Black, Red, Blue or Green Marker) or erase drawn line by
(Eraser) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
(4) After finishing your drawing and erasing, click
(REC Stop) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThe recording image will be displayed in a dialog box.
Help
(5) Click the [OK] button to record the recording image.
CThe Save As dialog box will appear.
(6) Enter the folder where you want to save the file and the file name.
CThe extension of the file is ".ipb".
(7) Click the [Save] button.
CDo not change the Desktop resolution while recording data. If changed, the Desktop image will not be
displayed properly when it is displayed in the View window.
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Note
Remark:
CMore than one page can be recorded. (See page 43.)
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CPlayback the recorded data by View window
Desktop background data and handwritten lines data stored using the Desktop Drawing Tool can be displayed
in the View window as well as browsed, played back and edited.
(1) If the View window is not displayed, right-click the icon
in
the Taskbar and click [Tool] · [View Window] to display the
View window.
(2) Click [Open...] in the [File] menu.
CThe Open dialog box will appear.
(3) Enter the folder to look in and the file name you want to open.
CThe file has an ".ipb" extension.
(4) Click the [Open] button.
Remark:
CMany different operations can be executed in the displayed IPB document.
Save the IPB document in another file format. (See page 59.)
Switch a page of the IPB document. (See page 62.)
Edit a page of the IPB document. (See page 63.)
Playback the IPB document. (See page 66.)
Recognizing Handwriting in the IPB document. (See page 66.)
Print the IPB document. (See page 68.)
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■ About Desktop Drawing Tool
In the Desktop Drawing Tool, following tools can be used.
Before you start
The Desktop Drawing Tool is a tool for drawing, erasing, recording, etc. on the Desktop.
In the Projector mode, click [Tool] · [Draw] in the pop-up menu. The Desktop Drawing Tool will be
appeared when there is a check mark. While the Desktop Drawing Tool is being displayed, click [Tool] ·
[Draw] in the pop-up menu. This will delete the check mark and the Desktop Drawing Tool will disappear.
The Desktop Drawing Tool is always displayed at the front of the Desktop. From this Desktop Drawing
Tool, the tools can be selected for drawing or erasing lines.
The data drawn on the Desktop can be stored into the IPB document together with the desktop image.
They can be displayed or edited by the View window.
CThe standard display condition
Black Marker:
By dragging the Mouse, black line can be drawn.
Red Marker:
By dragging the Mouse, red line can be drawn.
Blue Marker:
By dragging the Mouse, blue line can be drawn.
Green Marker:
By dragging the Mouse, green line can be drawn.
Eraser:
By dragging the Mouse, lines can be erased.
Undo:
Return the drawing lines line by line.
Redo:
Cancel the undo.
Setting:
The width, color of the markers and size of the eraser can be changed.
All Clear:
Clear all drawn lines.
Capture:
Output the Desktop image as an image file.
Print:
Print out the Desktop image.
On-Screen Keyboard:
Display the On-Screen Keyboard/Handwriting Tablet or clear its display.
Help
Use the electronic pen as the Mouse.
Using
Arrow:
(Handwriting Tablet)
PowerPoint slide show: Plays or quits the PowerPoint Slide Show.
Performs the same operation as "Next" in a PowerPoint Slide Show.
Previous:
Performs the same operation as "Previous" in a PowerPoint Slide Show.
White Background:
Change the background of the Desktop to the whiteboard.
Click once again will release the Whiteboard status.
Refresh:
All of the drawn lines on the Desktop are re-displayed.
REC Start:
(Method 1)
In the case of (Method 1), start recording of the data.
The capture image of the Desktop is added as an initial data.
REC Start:
(Method 2)
In the case of (Method 2), the first page will be recorded.
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REC Stop:
Stop recording and store the recording data.
Page No.:
Display the page number which is being recorded.
Before recording, it is (0). When the Recording start button is depressed, it
displays as (1), and following pages will be numbered accordingly.
New Page:
(Method 1)
In the case of (Method 1), saves current page recordings and starts the
process to record the next page.
Selecting this icon will stop the recording of the current page. The recording
process will be paused while the current page is saved and the background for
the next page is changed and confirmed.
To start the recording process of the next page, select the
(REC Start)
icon.
REC Page:
(Method 2)
In the case of (Method 2), the second or subsequent page will be recorded.
Shrinking:
Shrinks the Desktop Drawing Tool.
Expansion:
Expands the Desktop Drawing Tool.
Remark:
CWhen the Desktop Drawing Tool is closed, the drawings are erased.
C
(Next) and
(Previous) are only displayed when the PowerPoint Slide Show is running.
■ Desktop Drawing Tool operation
CDraw and erase handwritten lines
(1) Click either
(Black Marker, Red Marker, Blue Marker or Green Marker) in the Desktop
Drawing Tool.
CThe shape of the mouse cursor changes to
.
(2) Position the Mouse where you want to draw a handwritten line on the Desktop and drag
the Mouse.
(3) Click
(Eraser) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThe shape of the mouse cursor changes to
.
(4) Drag the Mouse to the area on the Desktop to be erased.
Remark:
CThe width and color of the markers and the size of the eraser can be changed. (See page 41.)
CHandwritten lines drawn on the Desktop may be hidden or shifted when an application or a window are
operated. If this occurs, click
(Refresh) to redisplay the Desktop.
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CChange Marker/Eraser settings
(1) Click
(Setting) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThe Marker/Eraser Setting dialog box will appear.
(2) To change the width of the markers, either enter a
width in
(Marker Width) at the right side
of the marker whose width will be changed or click the arrows at the right and left of the
scroll bar or drag the scroll bar to the right or left to set a desired width.
Before you start
Change the width and color of the markers and the size of the
eraser used in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
The marker width and color can be changed for four marker
colors.
To change the color of the markers, click
(Marker Color) on the right side of the
marker whose color will be changed. The Color dialog box will appear. Click the color you
want to change from among Basic colors, and click the [OK] button.
Using
To set a highlight marker, check (turn ON) the [Highlight] check box.
To change the size of the eraser, either enter a size in
(Eraser Radius) or click
the arrows at the right and left of the scroll bar or drag the scroll bar to the right or left to
set a desired size.
(3) Click the [OK] button.
Help
(4) A dialog box will appear where you can select whether or not to apply the new settings to
handwritten lines drawn up to now.
Clicking [Yes] button will redraw the lines drawn up to that point using the new settings.
Clicking [No] button will only reflect the new settings for any subsequently drawn lines.
Remark:
CErase all handwritten lines on the Desktop
(1) Click
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CThe marker width can be set in a range of 1 - 30 dots.
CWhen you check (turn ON) the [Same Width] check box, you can set all markers to the same width by
only setting the width of the black marker.
CWhen the marker color is changed, the color will be displayed on the bottom-right of the Desktop Drawing
Tool marker button, but the marker tool color will not change.
CWhen a highlight marker is set, the background under the drawn lines is transparent.
In case that the background is dark and the drawn lines are hard to see, please turn the [Highlight] check box
OFF. And when the line crosses with one of the different color, the part of that becomes dark.
CThe eraser radius can be set in a range of 1 - 60 dots.
CThese settings are effective until being changed.
(All Clear) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CA verification dialog box will appear.
(2) Click the [OK] button to execute all clear.
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CSave Desktop in image file
Save the background image of the Desktop and handwritten lines that were drawn on the Desktop as an image
file.
There are two ways to save files, specifically, saving a file after entering the file name or automatically saving a
file with the saving date as its file name. For more details on file saving methods and settings for JPEG file
quality levels, refer to "Options" on page 32.
Saving Files by Entering File Names
(1) Click
(Capture) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThe Save As dialog box will appear.
(2) Enter the folder where you want to save the file, the file name and the file type.
The following file formats can be selected for the [File type].
Bitmap Files (*.bmp), TIFF Files (*.tif) or JPEG Files (*.jpg)
(3) Click the [Save] button.
CIn the Save As dialog box, if an existing TIFF file is selected, another dialog box will be displayed
to confirm overwriting it or adding the file to it. Selecting "Yes" will add the image to the end of the
existing file as a multi-page TIFF. Selecting "No" will delete the existing image and save as a
single-page TIFF file.
Saving Files Automatically, Named with the Date
(1) Click
(Capture) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThe save verification dialog box will appear.
(2) Click the [OK] button.
CSelecting [Do not show this message again] will prevent the save verification dialog box from
being shown again. To display it again, set it following the directions in "Options" as shown on
page 32.
CPrint an image of the Desktop
Print the background image of the Desktop and handwritten lines that were drawn on the Desktop.
(1) Click
(Print) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThe Print dialog box will appear.
(2) Set the [Printer] and [Number of copies].
(3) Click the [OK] button.
CThe Printing dialog box will appear.
CTo stop the printing, click the [Cancel] button in the Printing dialog box.
CSet the background of the Desktop to the Whiteboard
Allow you to make the background of the Desktop totally white.
(1) Click
(White Background) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CIn addition, click
original sate.
(White Background) again to return the background of the Desktop to its
CRedisplay handwritten lines drawn on the Desktop
Handwritten lines drawn on the Desktop may be hidden or shifted when an application or a window are
operated. If this occurs, redisplay the Desktop.
(1) Click
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(Refresh) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
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CRecord drawing data in IPB document
Create an IPB document to record work performed on the Interactive Panaboard.
There are two ways to record. For information on system settings, refer to "Options" on page 32.
Clicking
(REC Start) in the Desktop Drawing Tool will record the Desktop image at that moment as a
background and any handwritten lines drawn or erased on the Desktop on a page in stroke units.
A page is a unit of recorded work performed on the Desktop. If
(New Page) is used to add a page when
switching screens on the Desktop, the contents of the Desktop and the page can be synchronized.
The recording operation will stop when
(REC Stop) is clicked and the data saved as an IPB document.
(1) Click
Before you start
Recording by Using [(Method 1) Draw strokes and record after verifying the
background image]
(REC Start) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThe image of the Desktop will be displayed in a dialog box.
(2) Click the [OK] button to store the data as the background image of the 1st page.
(3) Use the
(Black Marker, Red Marker, Blue Marker or Green Marker) in the Desktop
Drawing Tool to draw handwritten lines.
In addition, use the
(Eraser) to erase unwanted handwritten lines.
Using
CIf there are drawn lines on the desktop, a verification dialog box will appear to confirm whether to
erase drawings.
To erase the drawn lines, click [Yes] button.
To leave the drawn lines, click [No] button.
(4) Click
(New Page) to add a page.
If no pages will be added, advance to step 11.
CThe recording image will be displayed in a dialog box.
(5) Click the [OK] button to record the recording image.
CA verification dialog box will appear to confirm whether to erase the drawings.
CThe recording process is paused. The Electronic Pen cursor will automatically change to the
mouse arrow cursor, allowing the background image to be changed.
While the recording process is paused, all of the Desktop Drawing Tool icons are inactive except
the
(REC Start) and
(White Background) icons.
Help
(6) Click the [Yes] button to erase the drawings.
Or, click the [No] button to leave the drawings.
(7) Switch the Desktop to the desired background.
(8) Click
(REC Start) to restart the recording of a new page.
CThe image of the Desktop will be displayed in a dialog box.
CAll of the Desktop Drawing Tool icons will become active.
(10) To add multiple pages, repeat steps 3 to 9.
(11) Click
(REC Stop) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
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(9) Click the [OK] button to store the data as the background image of a new page.
CThe recording image will be displayed in a dialog box.
(12) Click the [OK] button to record the recording image.
CThe Save As dialog box will appear.
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(13) Enter the folder where you want to save the file and the file name.
CThe extension of the file is ".ipb".
(14) Click the [Save] button.
Recording by Using [(Method 2) Record strokes and background image together]
Clicking
(REC Start) in the Desktop Drawing Tool will record the Desktop image at that moment without
handwritten lines as a background and record any handwritten lines previously drawn or erased on the Desktop
on a page in stroke units. For the second or subsequent pape, clicking
(REC Page) in the Desktop Drawing
Tool will record the Desktop image and handwritten lines as well.
The recording operation will stop when
(REC Stop) is clicked and the data will be saved as an IPB
document.
(1) Switch the Desktop to the desired background. Use
(Black Marker, Red Marker, Blue
Marker or Green Marker) in the Desktop Drawing Tool to draw handwritten lines.
In addition, use the
(Eraser) to erase unwanted handwritten lines.
(REC Start) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThe image to be recorded for the current page will be displayed in a dialog box.
CFor the second or subsequent page, click
(REC Page) in the Desktop Drawing Tool instead of
(2) Click
(REC Start).
(3) To record, click button [Record] or [Record & Erase drawings].
CClicking the [Record] button will preserve the drawing after recording.
CClicking the [Record & Erase drawings] button will erase the drawing after recording.
CClicking the [Cancel] button will cancel recording.
(4) To add multiple pages, repeat steps 1 to 3.
(5) Click
(REC Stop) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThe Save As dialog box will appear.
(6) Enter the folder where you want to save the file and the file name.
CThe extension of the file is ".ipb".
(7) Click the [Save] button.
Note
CDo not change the Desktop resolution while recording data using method 1 or method 2. If changed, the
Desktop image will not be displayed properly in the View window.
Remark:
CWhile using method 1 to record data, page numbers can be verified by
(PageNo) in the Desktop Drawing
Tool. Before starting to record data, the data value is "0" and it will change to "1" when
(REC Start) is
clicked. The value will then count up for each page break.
When switching the computer screen being projected onto the screen of the Interactive Panaboard during a
meeting, begin drawing after adding
(New Page) and recording the background image of the new page.
CWhile using method 2 to record data, the number of pages can be verified by
(PageCount) in the Desktop
Drawing Tool. Before starting to record data, the data value is "0" and it will change to "1" when
Start) is clicked. The value will then count up each time the record button is pressed.
CA maximum of 50 pages can be stored.
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CControlling a PowerPoint Slide Show
The drawing data for slides is used by the Desktop Drawing Tool. It is not PowerPoint data.
Before you start
A PowerPoint Slide Show can be run using the Desktop Drawing Tool. In addition, because the functions Next
and Previous can also be performed, there is no need to momentarily change to the pointer to switch slides
when selecting the Marker or Eraser. Drawing data is recorded for each slide, so the drawing data will always be
displayed for the corresponding slide. Drawing data can be saved in a file, which enables reuse the next time
the presentation is run.
To use the PowerPoint Slide Show features, PowerPoint® 97 or later must be installed on the computer.
Running a Slide Show
(1) Click
(PowerPoint Slide Show) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThe Open dialog box will appear.
(2) Enter the file path and file name of the PowerPoint file that runs the Slide Show.
CThe file name extension is ".ppt".
CPowerPoint will be launched and the Slide Show will automatically run.
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(3) Click the [Open] button.
Remark:
CClicking
(PowerPoint Slide Show) when the PowerPoint file is open will automatically run the Slide Show
of the open file without displaying the Open dialog box. This will be the Slide Show controlled.
CTo control a Slide Show that PowerPoint is running, click
(PowerPoint Slide Show).
Switching Slides in the Slide Show
The Desktop Drawing Tool displays
(Next) or
(Previous) buttons when a Slide Show is running.
(Previous) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CThese perform the same operation as "Next" and "Previous" in a PowerPoint Slide Show.
Help
(1) Click
(Next) and
Remark:
CThe drawing data will not be displayed when switching slides without using the Desktop Drawing Tool. In this
case, clicking
(Refresh) button will display the drawing data.
CThe PowerPoint Slide Show will be stopped.
Remark:
CIf the end of the Slide Show is reached through
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Quitting the Slide Show
(1) Click
(PowerPoint Slide Show) in the Desktop Drawing Tool when the Slide Show is
running.
(Next) or other operations without clicking
(PowerPoint Slide Show), the Desktop Drawing Tool will automatically sense the end of the Slide Show
and stop.
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Projector Mode
Saving the Drawing Data for Slides
After the Desktop Drawing Tool has stopped, a dialog box will be displayed to confirm whether to save as a file
the handwritten data that was drawn on slides with markers or erased from slides with erasers. If the
handwritten data is saved through this dialog box, it will be named with the same name as the PowerPoint file
(with the file extension ".ips"). By default, it will be saved to the same folder as the PowerPoint file. If the file
cannot be saved to this folder, it will be saved to the folder set in "Options" as explained on page 32.
Remark:
CThe drawing data is saved in a proprietary format as a drawing data file with the file extension ".ips".
Using the Saved Drawings with Slides
When
(PowerPoint Slide Show) is clicked, if there is a drawing data file in the same folder as the
PowerPoint file or in the folder set in "Options" (page 32) with the same name as the PowerPoint file, a dialog
box will be displayed to confirm whether to use the file. If the file is chosen for use, the data will be loaded and
displayed with the slides.
Remark:
CIf a drawing data file that was saved is no longer needed, delete it using Windows Explorer or a similar
means.
CSwitching the Desktop Drawing Tool Display
Standard Display
Marker Display
The Desktop Drawing Tool can be displayed in three sizes.
[Standard Display]
Shows all buttons.
[Marker Display]
Shows only the buttons used for drawing and erasing handwritten
lines. Does not show the buttons for saving image files or recording
IPB documents.
[Compact Display]
Use the Compact Display when the Desktop Drawing Tool covers
up too much of the image behind it. It keeps the part that is hidden
to a minimum.
Switching among the [Standard Display], [Marker Display] and
[Compact Display] views can be done by clicking the
(Shrinking) or
Compact Display
(Expansion) buttons.
Remark:
CTools cannot be modified in the [Compact Display] view.
CDuring PowerPoint Slide Show, the [Standard Display] and [Marker Display] views show
(Previous) buttons.
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(Next) and
Projector Mode
■ About On-Screen Keyboard
Before you start
On-Screen Keyboard is a tool which the user can use to input data: it displays a virtual keyboard on the
computer screen which has been projected onto the Interactive Panaboard screen, and the user can then
proceed to click the keys on this keyboard. It can also be used with the handwriting tablet to recognize handwriting
to be input as data.
In the projector mode, it is displayed by clicking [Tool] · [On-Screen Keyboard] in the pop-up menu and
placing a check mark in the check box. If [Tool] · [On-Screen Keyboard] in the pop-up menu is clicked while the
keyboard is displayed and the check mark is removed, the On-Screen Keyboard is cleared from the display.
The On-Screen Keyboard can also be displayed and its display cleared on the Desktop Drawing Tool.
(See page 39.)
The On-Screen Keyboard provided with Windows can also be used instead of the original keyboard.
(See page 32.)
Using
■ On-Screen Keyboard operation
CUsing the On-Screen Keyboard to input data
(On-Screen Keyboard (Handwriting Tablet)) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CIf the Handwriting Tablet appears, click
button on the Handwriting Tablet to change to the OnScreen Keyboard. Selecting [Standard Keyboard] or [Enhanced Keyboard] from the [Keyboard]
menu of the Handwriting Tablet is also available to change to the On-Screen Keyboard.
Help
(1) Click
(2) Activate the target application window for input. Align the text cursor with the input field.
(3) Click the characters on the On-Screen Keyboard.
Remark:
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CThe title of the target application for input currently is displayed as the On-Screen Keyboard title.
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Projector Mode
CEntering Data with the Handwriting Tablet
(1) Click
(On-Screen Keyboard (Handwriting Tablet)) in the Desktop Drawing Tool.
CIf the On-Screen Keyboard appears, click
button on the On-Screen Keyboard to change to the
Handwriting Tablet. Selecting [Handwriting Tablet] from the [Keyboard] menu of the On-Screen
Keyboard is also available to change to the Handwriting Tablet.
(2) Activate the target application window for input. Align the text cursor with the input field.
(3) Use the Electronic Pen to write text in the Handwriting Tablet.
CThe handwriting will be recognized and displayed on the upper-left of the Handwriting Tablet.
(4) Click the [send] button of the Handwriting Tablet.
Handwriting Tablet
Remark:
CEnglish or German handwriting is the only language that can be recognized.
Handwriting recognition for German will be available only when German is selected in "Regional Setting" of
the Windows "Control Panel".
CThe recognized text can be cleared by clicking [clear] without clicking [send].
CWords that are possibly misspelled will be displayed with wavy underlining.
To correct words that might be misspelled, right-click on the word and select from the list of alternatives.
However, in some cases, no alternatives will be displayed.
CIt is possible to enter the text directly into the target application without clicking the [send] button. This setting
can be performed by selecting [Handwriting Tablet] from the [Settings] menu. (See page 49.) However, no
spell check will be performed in this case.
CSelecting the On-Screen Keyboard display method
(1) On the [Keyboard] menu, select one of the following.
Enhanced Keyboard : A keyboard with a numeric keypad appears.
Standard Keyboard : A keyboard without a numeric keypad appears.
Handwriting Tablet : Displays the entry tablet for handwriting recognition.
Standard Keyboard
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Projector Mode
CSelecting the On-Screen Keyboard layout
Remark:
CIf the data which has actually been input does not match the characters displayed on the On-Screen
Keyboard, ensure that the input locale settings match. The input locale can be set using [Input locale] in
"Keyboard" of the Windows "Control Panel".
Before you start
(1) On the [Keyboard] menu, select one of the following.
101 keyboard: The U.S. standard keyboard appears.
102 keyboard: The general-purpose keyboard appears.
CContinuously displaying the On-Screen Keyboard at the top of the screen
(1) Click [Always On Top] on the [Settings] menu, and place a check mark in the box.
Remark:
CChanging the size of the On-Screen Keyboard
Using
CIf the On-Screen Keyboard is not to be displayed continuously kept at the top of the screen, click [Always On
Top] on the [Settings] menu to remove the check mark from the box.
(1) Using [Resize] on the [Settings] menu, click the desired On-Screen Keyboard size.
Remark:
Help
CAlternatively, the size of the On-Screen Keyboard can be changed by dragging one of the edges of the
On-Screen Keyboard window.
CThe aspect ratio of the On-Screen Keyboard is fixed.
CThe width of the window size ranges from one-half to double the [Middle] size.
CThe keyboard size in [Standard Keyboard] mode or [Enhanced Keyboard] mode cannot be changed by
dragging the upper or lower borders.
CThe tablet size in [Handwriting Tablet] mode cannot be changed by dragging the upper border.
CModifying the Handwriting Tablet Settings
(1) Click [Handwriting Tablet...] in the [Settings] menu.
CThe Handwriting Tablet Settings dialog box will appear.
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(2) The following items can be set.
Waiting Time to Recognition: Sets the standby time after handwritten input until
recognition is started.
Add Space:
Specifies whether or not to add a space after the
recognized text.
Send Recognition Directly:
Specifies whether or not to send recognized text directly
to the target application immediately after recognition.
(3) Click the [OK] button.
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Projector Mode
■ About View window
Desktop background data and data of handwritten lines recorded using the Desktop Drawing Tool can be
displayed in the View window as well as browsed, reproduced and edited.
In the View window, display and edit of the IPB documents which is recorded by the Desktop Drawing Tool are
possible. It can also be used for handwriting recognition for output as text.
In the Projector mode, click [Tool] · [View Window] in the pop-up menu to get the check mark, then the View
window will appear.
While displaying the View window, click [Tool] · [View Window] in the pop-up menu to delete the check mark, then
the View window will disappear.
#Title bar
&[Main] Toolbar
&[Page/Play] Toolbar
&[Markers/Eraser] Toolbar
$Main view
%Thumbnail view
'Status bar
(Replay mode
)Image size
*Page number
+Text Editor
# Title bar:
Indicate the currently opened file name of the IPB document.
$ Main view:
In the main view, the page to be edited is displayed.
When
(Arrow) is selected in the [Markers/Eraser] Toolbar, a part of page can be copied
into the Clipboard by dragging the mouse. It can be copied to other application software by
drag and drop.
When marker is selected in the [Markers/Eraser] Toolbar, you can draw lines on the page. If
the eraser is selected, you can erase the lines.
% Thumbnail view: The thumbnail image of the all pages of the IPB document can be displayed.
At the bottom of each page, the last modified date is displayed.
The image in the main view area is indicated as framing in the thumbnail area. To change
the editing page, click another page.
& Toolbar:
Toolbar has buttons which most frequently used functions are formed as icon.
It can be moved in the display area by dragging.
' Status bar:
Indicate the information of the IPB document.
( Replay mode: Indicate if it is in the replaying or not.
) Image size:
Indicate the page size when it is 100% display ratio.
* Page number: Indicate the total number of pages and the page being displayed.
+ Text Editor:
Receives the data handwriting that has been recognized. Enables editing of the text.
For more details about the View window, refer to "View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation" from page 54.
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Whiteboard Mode
■ Basic operation flow in Whiteboard mode
CDrawing and erasing handwritten lines on the Interactive Panaboard screen
When the Whiteboard window is displayed, set one of the four different types of the markers for interactive
(Small) used for the Electronic Pen, remove the cap and draw on the Interactive Panaboard. The content of the
drawing will be displayed on a page in the Whiteboard window in real-time. Further, if you use the Electronic
Eraser to erase the contents drawn on the screen, the handwritten lines displayed on the page in the
Whiteboard window will be erased as well.
These drawing and erasing operations are recorded automatically.
Before you start
This section explains the flow of basic operations when using the Interactive Panaboard Software in the
Whiteboard mode. We recommend trying the operations in accordance with the following steps to help you
completely understand the operations in the Whiteboard mode.
(1) Start the Interactive Panaboard Software and select the
Whiteboard mode. (See page 29.)
CThe Whiteboard window is displayed.
CThe position on the screen where you are drawing will be
reproduced on the page in the Whiteboard window in realtime.
Using
(2) Remove the cap of the Electronic Pen and draw on the
Interactive Panaboard screen using the Electronic Pen.
(3) Erase handwritten lines drawn on the Interactive Panaboard screen using the Electronic
Eraser.
CPortions erased on the screen will also be erased on the page in the Whiteboard window.
Note
Help
Installation
CThe right figure shows the writing area in the Whiteboard mode.
Position
Do not write the shaded area on the right figure.
Receiver
CDo not cover the position receiver with your hand as this may cause
interactive function to stop functioning.
100mm
CPress down firmly with the point of the Electronic Pen or the eraser
50mm (2")
(315/16")
on the screen film until you hear a buzzing sound.
CDo not do the followings near (less than 1 m (3.3')) the Interactive
Panaboard while using the Whiteboard mode as this may display
35mm
35mm
Writing area
unnecessary streaks not written in the Whiteboard window.
(13/8")
(13/8")
- Exchanging markers for interactive (Small) of the Electronic Pen
- Setting or removing a marker cap of the Electronic Pen
25mm (1")
- Pushing the point of the Electronic Pen
CWhen exchanging markers for interactive (Small) of the Electronic
Pen, lock the pen holder lever while inserting the marker all the way into the pen holder until you hear a
buzzing sound.
Detection of the marker color may not work well unless the marker is inserted fully into the pen holder.
Remark:
CWhen advancing the screen of the Interactive Panaboard, click [Add New Page] in the [Edit] menu to add a
new page.
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Whiteboard Mode
CSave drawing data in a file
All drawing and erasing operations of the Interactive Panaboard which are reproduced on a page in the
Whiteboard window are automatically recorded. And if the data is saved in the Interactive Panaboard format file
(extension ".ipb", referred to as IPB documents), the details of meetings and discussions written in the
Panaboard can be played back and edited later.
(1) Click [Save As...] in the [File] menu.
CThe Save As dialog box will appear.
(2) Enter the folder where you want to save the file and the file name.
CThe extension of the file is ".ipb".
(3) Click the [Save] button.
COpen the saved data
The saved data can be displayed in the Whiteboard window as well as browsed, played back and edited.
(1) Click [Open...] in the [File] menu.
CThe Open dialog box will appear.
(2) Enter the folder to look in and the file name you want to open.
CThe file has an ".ipb" extension.
(3) Click the [Open] button.
Remark:
CMany different operations can be executed in the displayed IPB document.
Save the IPB document in another file format. (See page 59.)
Switch a page of the IPB document. (See page 62.)
Edit a page of the IPB document. (See page 63.)
Playback the IPB document. (See page 66.)
Recognizing Handwriting in the IPB document. (See page 66.)
Print the IPB document. (See page 68.)
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Whiteboard Mode
■ About Whiteboard window
Either start with the Whiteboard mode or click [Open Whiteboard Window] in the pop-up menu to get the check
mark in the Whiteboard mode, then the Whiteboard window will appear.
While displaying the Whiteboard window, click [Close Whiteboard Window] in the pop-up menu to delete the check
mark, then the Whiteboard window will disappear.
Before you start
Whiteboard window is a function to reproduce the drawn lines by using the Electronic Pen and the Electronic
Eraser onto the Interactive Panaboard to the computer screen.
Recorded image data can be saved as IPB document. So that you can see the file later. The following functions
are available; Add lines with marker. Erase unnecessary lines with eraser. Copy entire page or partial image to
other general image formats such as Bitmap, JPEG, TIFF and these images can be transferred to other application
software. It can also be used for handwriting recognition for output as text.
#Title bar
&[Main] Toolbar
&[Page/Play] Toolbar
Using
&[Markers/Eraser] Toolbar
$Main view
%Thumbnail view
'Status bar
)Image size
*Page number
+Text Editor
# Title bar:
Indicate the currently opened file name of the IPB document.
$ Main view:
In the main view, the page to be edited is displayed.
When
(Arrow) is selected in the [Markers/Eraser] Toolbar, a part of page can be copied
into the Clipboard by dragging the mouse. It can be copied to other application software by
drag and drop.
When marker is selected in the [Markers/Eraser] Toolbar, you can draw lines on the page. If
the eraser is selected, you can erase the lines.
& Toolbar:
Toolbar has buttons which most frequently used functions are formed as icon.
It can be moved in the display area by dragging.
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% Thumbnail view: The thumbnail image of the all pages of the IPB document can be displayed.
At the bottom of each page, the last modified date is displayed.
The image in the main view area is indicated as framing in the thumbnail area. To change
the editing page, click another page.
Help
(Replay mode
' Status bar:
Indicate the information of the IPB document.
( Replay mode: Indicate if it is in the replaying or not.
) Image size:
Indicate the page size when it is 100% display ratio.
* Page number: Indicate the total number of pages and the page being displayed.
+ Text Editor:
Receives the data handwriting that has been recognized. Enables editing of the text.
For more details about the Whiteboard window, refer to "View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation" from
page 54.
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View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation
■ Differences between the View window and the Whiteboard window
The View window of the Projector mode and the Whiteboard window of the Whiteboard mode are windows which
function to display and edit IPB documents in which the contents of work performed on the Interactive Panaboard
are recorded. Basically, they both have identical functions. However, the Whiteboard window has some functions
the View window does not have. If you understand the differences between the two windows as follows, you will be
able to quickly use both windows just by learning the operations of one window.
Difference
Details
CThe View window displays IPB documents which record work done in the computer
screen that is projected onto the Interactive Panaboard screen by the projector.
Consequently, the size is represented by dots.
System of units
[File] menu
[New]:
[Edit] menu
[Add New Page]:
[Edit] menu
[Add Copy Page]:
CIn the Whiteboard window the state of the Interactive Panaboard screen where the
marker was used to draw is virtually displayed in a computer window. Consequently,
units of length are standard. You can choose between units in millimeters or inches.
CThe View window function displays and edits IPB documents created by the Desktop
Drawing Tool. Consequently, the [New] menu does not exist.
CClose the IPB document currently displayed in the Whiteboard window and displays a
new IPB document.
CThe View window function displays and edits IPB documents created by the Desktop
Drawing Tool. Consequently, the [Add New Page] menu does not exist.
CAdd a new page that has no drawing data next to the last page of the IPB document in
the Whiteboard window.
CThe View window function displays and edits IPB documents created by the Desktop
Drawing Tool. Consequently, the [Add Copy Page] menu does not exist.
CAdd a copy of the page displayed next to the last page of the IPB document in the
Whiteboard window.
■ Menu configuration
Following menus can be used in the View window or the Whiteboard window.
[File] menu
New:
Close the displayed IPB document, create a new IPB document.
(Whiteboard window only) ➡ Page 58
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Open:
Open an IPB document. ➡ Page 58
Save:
Save the displayed IPB document. ➡ Page 59
Save As:
Save the displayed IPB document with new file name. ➡ Page 59
Print Preview:
Before printing, check printing layout the displayed IPB document. ➡ Page 68
Print:
Print the displayed IPB document. ➡ Page 68
View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation
Export
Image:
Output the page to the image file (Bitmap, JPEG, TIFF). ➡ Page 59
HTML:
Output the page to the HTML file. ➡ Page 59
Close
Whiteboard window:
Close the View window. (View window only)
Close the display of the Whiteboard window.
(Whiteboard window only)
[Edit] menu
Return the drawing lines line by line. ➡ Page 63
Redo:
Cancel the undo. ➡ Page 63
Copy:
Copy the selected area in the page to the clipboard.
The page size to be copied is 100% zoom condition. ➡ Page 65
Select All:
Select entire page. ➡ Page 65
Add New Page:
Add a new page next to the last page. (Whiteboard window only) ➡ Page 64
Add Copy Page:
Add copied page next to the last page. (Whiteboard window only) ➡ Page 64
Delete Current Page:
Delete the displayed page. ➡ Page 64
Using
Undo:
Before you start
Close View window:
Handwriting Recognition: Used for recognition of handwriting for output as text. ➡ Page 66
[Edit] Menu (When editing using the Text Editor)
Restores the state before the last text action. ➡ Page 67
Redo:
Cancel the undo. ➡ Page 67
Cut:
Removes the selected text and copies it to the clipboard. ➡ Page 67
Copy:
Copies the selected text to the clipboard. ➡ Page 67
Copy All Pages:
Copies the text of all pages to the clipboard. ➡ Page 67
Paste:
Applies the text in the clipboard. ➡ Page 67
Delete:
Removes the selected text. ➡ Page 68
Select All:
Selects all the text of a page. ➡ Page 68
Start:
Start the replay. ➡ Page 66
Pause:
Pause the replay. ➡ Page 66
Stop:
Stop the replay. ➡ Page 66
Playback Option
All Pages:
Set Playback Option as All Pages. ➡ Page 69
Selected Page:
Set Playback Option as Selected Page. ➡ Page 69
Loop Playback:
Set Playback Option as Loop Playback. ➡ Page 69
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[Page/Play] menu
Help
Undo:
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View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation
Go to First Page:
Display the first page. ➡ Page 62
Go to Previous Page:
Display the previous page. ➡ Page 62
Go to Next Page:
Display the next page. ➡ Page 62
Go to Last Page:
Display the last page. ➡ Page 62
Go to Page:
Display the specified page. ➡ Page 63
[View] menu
Zoom
Fit Window:
Display the current page to fit window. ➡ Page 62
200%:
Display the current page by 200% of its original size. ➡ Page 62
150%:
Display the current page by 150% of its original size. ➡ Page 62
100%:
Display the current page by 100% of its original size. ➡ Page 62
75%:
Display the current page by 75% of its original size. ➡ Page 62
50%:
Display the current page by 50% of its original size. ➡ Page 62
25%:
Display the current page by 25% of its original size. ➡ Page 62
10%:
Display the current page by 10% of its original size. ➡ Page 62
Full Screen:
Use the entire display area of your monitor to display the current page.
➡ Page 62
Main Toolbar:
Switch the Main Toolbar display ON/OFF. ➡ Page 57
Page/Play:
Switch the Page/Play Toolbar display ON/OFF. ➡ Page 57
Markers/Eraser:
Switch the Markers/Eraser Toolbar display ON/OFF. ➡ Page 57
Status Bar:
Switch the Status bar display ON/OFF.
Text Editor:
Switch the Text Editor display ON/OFF.
[Settings] menu
Information:
Store the information of the meeting. ➡ Page 69
Play:
Change the conditions when replaying the drawing data. ➡ Page 69
Markers and Eraser: Change the color and size of the marker and size of the eraser. ➡ Page 70
Export Image:
Set the quality of JPEG or compression of TIFF etc. ➡ Page 71
File:
Change the folder of IPB document management default or automatic back up
interval timing. ➡ Page 71
Spell Check:
Settings for checking spelling of handwriting that has been recognized. ➡ Page 72
Options:
Set the measurement unit such as mm or inch and the File path display method to
the title bar. ➡ Page 72
[Help] menu
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Help Topics:
To display help information.
About:
To display information about the Interactive Panaboard Software.
View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation
■ Tool bars
Following menus can be used in the View window or Whiteboard window.
Open
New
Print
Save
Copy
Undo
Print Preview
Fit Window
Handwriting
Recognition
Redo
Full Screen
Zoom
Before you start
CMain Toolbar
*The [New] button is only for the Whiteboard window.
CPage/Play Toolbar
Start
Stop
Page number
Play Scroll bar
Go to Previous Page Go to Last Page
Go to First Page Go to Next Page
Blue Marker
Black Marker
Eraser
Red Marker
Help
CMarkers/Eraser Toolbar
Arrow
Using
Pause
Green Marker
Remark:
Installation
To display a Toolbar, click the [View] menu and then click the Toolbar you want to display (any one of [Main],
[Page/Play], [Markers/Eraser]) and add a check mark.
If the Toolbar is already displayed, add a check mark next to that Toolbar.
To turn off the Toolbar, click [View] menu and remove the check mark from the Toolbar you want to hide.
If the Toolbar is not displayed, a check mark will not be added next to that Toolbar.
CThe Toolbars can be dragged and moved to any location on the screen.
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View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation
■ Create an IPB document (Whiteboard window only)
In the Whiteboard mode, create new IPB document to record work performed on the Interactive Panaboard.
1
Click [New...] in the [File] menu.
CWhen the IPB document currently being edited is changed, a dialog box will display asking you to
confirm the save.
Remark:
CWhen the Whiteboard window is displayed, an IPB document is automatically created and a new page is
displayed in the main view.
CWhen advancing the screen of the Interactive Panaboard during a meeting, add a new page by [Add New Page]
in the [Edit] menu.
■ Open an IPB document
1
Click [Open...] in the [File] menu.
2
Enter the folder to look in and the file name you want to open.
3
Click the [Open] button.
CThe Open dialog box will appear.
CThe file has an ".ipb" extension.
Remark:
CTo open a recently opened file, click the file name you want to open in the [File] menu. Eight recently opened
IPB documents will be displayed in the [File] menu.
CThe IPB documents can also be opened by double-clicking the file icon in the file system.
Whether an IPB document is created in Projector mode or Whiteboard mode, the contents are managed
internally and when opened, the mode they were created in will be switched to automatically.
CTo allow a previously saved IPB document to be recovered if a power failure or other incident occurs, add a
check mark to the [Create Recovery File] check box in the [File Settings] dialog box ([Settings] · [File...]) in
advance.
Open the recovery file setting [All Files] in the [Files of type] box as the recovery file have an ".ip~" extension.
■ Save the IPB document
Click [Save] in the [File] menu.
Remark:
CTo save a currently open IPB document with a different name, click [Save As...] in the [File] menu.
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View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation
■ Save the IPB document in another file format
CSave the IPB document as an image file
(1) Click [Export] · [Image...] in the [File] menu.
CThe Export Image dialog box will appear.
(2) To save all the pages, click [All pages].
In addition, to specify certain pages to be saved, click
[Page from] and then enter the page range.
Clicking the [Setup] button will allow you to set image size, JPEG file quality and TIFF file
compression.
Before you start
Exporting images allows you to save files in another file format to allow the IPB documents to be used in other
applications. This makes it possible to easily distribute the contents of meetings stored in the IPB document to
users whose computers do not have the Interactive Panaboard Software installed.
(3) Click the [OK] button.
(4) Enter the folder where you want to save the file, the file name and the file type.
Using
CThe Save As dialog box will appear.
CThe following file formats can be selected for the [Save as type].
Bitmap Files (*.bmp), TIFF Files (*.tif) or JPEG Files (*.jpg)
CWhen specifying TIFF to save multiple pages, multiple-page or single-page files can be selected.
(5) Click the [Save] button.
Remark:
Help
CIf multi-page format is not chosen when saving multiple pages as TIFF files, the number of files (ex. "n")
created will correspond to the number of pages. A two-digit extension will be added after the file name (such
as "01", "02", "03", etc.) to match the page number.
CWhen saving as a multi-page TIFF file, if an existing TIFF file is selected, another dialog box will be displayed
to confirm overwriting it or adding the file to it. Selecting "Yes" will add the image to the end of the existing file
as a multi-page TIFF. Selecting "No" will delete the existing image and save as a single-page TIFF file.
CWhen saving a single page with an existing TIFF file name, another dialog box will be displayed to confirm
overwriting it or adding the file to it. Selecting "Yes" will add the image to the end of the existing file as a multipage TIFF. Selecting "No" will delete the existing image and save as a single-page TIFF file.
CSettings such as size and compression when saving the IPB document as an image file are managed in
[Export Image...] in the [Settings] menu.
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CSave the IPB document as a HTML file
You can save the IPB document as a HTML file in page units.
In addition, meeting information can also be output at the same
time to that index page.
Setting multiple pages and saving the IPB document as a HTML
file will create an index file, linked HTML pages and images.
Using this method will allow the contents of meetings recorded in
the IPB documents to be easily provided to people using
computers with Web browsers installed.
(1) Click [Export] · [HTML...] in the [File] menu.
CThe Export HTML dialog box will appear.
(2) Specify the folder where the IPB document will be
saved as a HTML file in the [index file].
CSelecting [All Pages] will output all the pages of the displayed IPB document to the HTML files.
CSelecting [Current Page] will output only the page displayed in the main view to the HTML file.
CSelecting [Pages] will output the specified page or the specified page range to the HTML file. Enter a
comma to separate the page numbers to output the specified pages. In addition, when specifying a page
range, use a hyphen to connect the first page number and the last page number.
(3) If necessary, change the other export settings shown below and click the [OK] button.
[File] group
Page Image:
Enter the width and height of the image of the exported page in pixel units.
Checking (turning ON) the [Constrain Proportions] check box on the right side
will preserve the ration of the length and height of the page even if the
dimensions of the exported page are changed.
Thumbnail Image:
Enter the width and height of the thumbnail image of the exported page in
pixel units. Checking (turning ON) the [Constrain Proportions] check box on
the right side will preserve the ration of the length and height of the page even
if the dimensions of the exported page are changed.
[Colors] group
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Background:
Select the color of the background of the HTML file.
Text:
Select the color of the text used in the HTML file.
Table Labels:
Select the background color of the labels of the tables in the HTML file.
Table Items:
Select the background color of the items of the tables in the HTML file.
CClicking the rectangular colored portion will display the Color dialog box. Click
the color from the Basic colors.
View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation
[Export Contents] group
Turn this check box ON to display the date and time the page was created on
the index page of the exported HTML file.
Created Date:
Turn this check box ON to display the date and time the IPB document was
created on the index page of the exported HTML file.
Modified Date:
Turn this check box ON to display the date and time of the last update done to
the IPB document on the index page of the exported HTML file.
Participants:
Turn this check box ON to display the participants of the meeting information set
in [Information...] in the [Settings] menu on the index page of the exported HTML
file.
Manager:
Turn this check box ON to display the manager of the meeting information set in
[Information...] in the [Settings] menu on the index page of the exported HTML
file.
Subject:
Turn this check box ON to display the subject of the meeting information set in
[Information...] in the [Settings] menu on the index page of the exported HTML
file.
Description:
Turn this check box ON to display the description of the meeting information set
in [Information...] in the [Settings] menu on the index page of the exported HTML
file.
Contacts:
Turn this check box ON to display the contacts of the meeting information set in
[Information...] in the [Settings] menu on the index page of the exported HTML
file.
Company:
Turn this check box ON to display the company name of the meeting information
set in [Information...] in the [Settings] menu on the index page of the exported
HTML file.
Help
Page Date:
Using
Turn this check box ON to add a thumbnail image of the page to the index page
of the exported HTML file.
Before you start
Thumbnail Image:
Note
CWe recommend saving HTML files in folders where HTML files exported from other IPB documents are not
stored. If you attempt to save a file in an already existing folder, a message will be displayed asking you to
confirm whether or not to overwrite the already existing HTML file.
CWhen exporting multiple pages to HTML files, an index file "index.html" and HTML files named after the
page numbers (for example, n pages) "page_01.html, page_02.html, page_03.html, --- page_0n.html" are
created. Images displayed in the HTML files named after the page numbers "page_01.jpg, page_02.jpg,
page_03.jpg, --- page_0n.jpg" are also created.
If the Thumbnail Image check box is turned ON, thumbnail images displayed in the HTML files named after
the page numbers "small_01.jpg, small_02.jpg, small_03.jpg, --- small_0n.jpg" are also created.
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Remark:
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■ Change display method
CDisplay expanded/reduced page
You can expand the page and display a portion of the page larger or reduce the page and display the entire
page.
(1) Position the cursor over [Zoom] in the [View] menu and click the percentage (%) you want
to display.
Remark:
CYou can also enter a numeric value into
can be set in units of 1%.
(Zoom) to change the display percentage. The percentage
CDisplay page at the same size of the main view
(1) Click [Fit Window] in the [View] menu.
CDisplay page as large as possible
To display the page on the screen as large as possible, switch to full screen display mode.
In this mode the toolbar is displayed as a free toolbar.
(1) Click [Full Screen] in the [View] menu.
CTo exit full screen display mode and return to the original display mode, right-click the mouse and
click [Full Screen] in the pop-up menu.
Remark:
CTo turn OFF the Toolbar in full screen display, right-click the mouse and click the Toolbar you want to turn
OFF in the pop-up menu and remove the check mark.
In addition, to display the Toolbar, click the Toolbar you want to display in the pop-up menu and add the
check mark.
■ Switch a page of the IPB document
CDisplay first page
(1) Click [Go to First Page] in the [Page/Play] menu.
CDisplay previous page
(1) Click [Go to Previous Page] in the [Page/Play] menu.
CDisplay next page
(1) Click [Go to Next Page] in the [Page/Play] menu.
CDisplay last page
(1) Click [Go to Last Page] in the [Page/Play] menu.
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CSpecify a page number to display
(1) Click [Go to Page...] in the [Page/Play] menu.
(2) Enter the page number you want to display in [Go to Page:].
(3) Click the [OK] button.
Remark:
Before you start
CThe Go to Page dialog box will appear.
CTo quickly display a page, click the thumbnail display of the page you want to display in thumbnail view.
■ Edit a page of the IPB document
CDraw and erase handwritten lines on a page
Using
You can edit pages displayed in the main view in the View window or Whiteboard windows as follows.
CYou can use the marker or eraser for additions and modifications.
CYou can add a page. (Whiteboard window only)
CYou can delete a page.
CYou can select portions or entire page and save the contents in the clipboard or copy to other applications.
(1) Display the page where you want to draw or erase handwritten lines in main view.
(2) To draw handwritten lines, click either
(Black Marker, Red Marker, Blue Marker or
Green Marker) in the [Markers/Eraser] Toolbar.
CThe shape of the mouse cursor changes to
.
(4) To erase handwritten lines, click
(Eraser) in the [Markers/Eraser] Toolbar.
CThe shape of the mouse cursor changes to
Help
(3) Position the mouse where you want to draw a handwritten line on the page and drag the
mouse.
.
(5) Drag the mouse to the area on the page you want to erase.
Remark:
CUndo
You can return handwritten lines drawn using the marker or erased using the eraser to their original state,
stroke by stroke.
(1) Click [Undo] in the [Edit] menu.
Installation
CTo return to the state before the changes, click [Undo] in the [Edit] menu.
CThe width and color of the markers and the size of the eraser can be changed.
CTo return to the previous state, click [Undo] again.
Remark:
CTo perform the operation that was undone once again, click [Redo] in the [Edit] menu.
CThe [Undo] / [Redo] can be used over and over however if the page changes, the [Undo] / [Redo] may reset.
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CAdd a new page to the IPB document (Whiteboard window only)
In the Whiteboard mode, add a new page next to the last page of the IPB document.
When advancing the screen of the Interactive Panaboard during a meeting, add a new page.
(1) Click [Add New Page] in the [Edit] menu.
CA new page will be added next to the last page of the IPB document and the display switched to that
page.
Remark:
CA maximum of 50 pages can be recorded. This software cannot add more than 50 pages.
CAdd a copy of the currently displayed page to the IPB document (Whiteboard window
only)
In the Whiteboard mode, add a copy of the page currently displayed in main view next to the last page of the
IPB document.
Use this to leave the current contents on the screen of the Interactive Panaboard unchanged while adding new
changes.
(1) Click [Add Copy Page] in the [Edit] menu.
CA copy of the currently displayed page will be added next to the last page of the IPB document
and the display switched to that page.
Remark:
CA maximum of 50 pages can be recorded. This software cannot add more than 50 pages.
CDelete currently displayed page
(1) Display the page you want to delete in the main view.
(2) Click [Delete Current Page] in the [Edit] menu.
CA dialog box will be displayed asking you to confirm the delete.
(3) Click the [OK] button to delete.
Note
CUse caution because deleted pages cannot be recovered to their original state by [Undo] in the [Edit] menu.
CSelect page
(1) Click
(Arrow) in the [Markers/Eraser] Toolbar.
(2) Diagonally drag the mouse over the portion of the page you want to select.
CThe selected area will be displayed in reverse.
CTo select the entire page, click [Select All] in the [Edit] menu.
The entire page will be displayed in reverse.
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CTo cancel the selected state, click outside of the selected area.
View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation
CCopy selected page range to clipboard
CThe selected area will be displayed in reverse.
(2) Click [Copy] in the [Edit] menu.
Remark:
Before you start
(1) Click
(Arrow) in the [Markers/Eraser] Toolbar and drag the mouse to select the portion
of the page you want to copy.
In addition, to select the entire page, click [Select All] in the [Edit] menu.
CTo cancel the selected state, click outside of the selected area.
CThe Image copied to the clipboard can be pasted in other applications.
CThe Image copied to the clipboard becomes BMP image.
CCopy selected page range to other application by dragging and dropping
(1) Open the file where the data will be copied to and adjust the position of the application
window such that the page to be copied and the file to be copied to are displayed in the
screen. Arrange the documents such that both the information to be dragged and the
position where that information will be dropped are displayed.
Using
You can copy data to other applications by dragging and dropping the selected page area. To perform this
operation, the application copied to must support OLE (Object Linking and Embedding).
(2) Click
(Arrow) in the [Markers/Eraser] Toolbar and drag the mouse to select the portion
of the page you want to copy.
In addition, to select the entire page, click [Select All] in the [Edit] menu.
CThe selected area will be displayed in reverse.
Help
(3) Drag the selected area to the copy destination of the other application.
Remark:
CTo cancel the selected state, click outside of the selected area.
CThe file formats when copying by dragging and dropping can be selected from the formats below.
Bitmap Files (*.bmp), TIFF Files (*.tif) or JPEG Files (*.jpg)
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View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation
■ Playback the IPB document
The operations of drawing and erasing handwritten lines on each page are automatically recorded in stroke units
and the locations of the drawing can be played back and confirmed later.
1
Click
(Start) in the [Page/Play] Toolbar.
CIn the case of All Pages playback, the playback will start
from the original state of the first page. In the case of Selected Page playback, the displayed page
contents will return to their original state and the playback will start.
CTo stop the playback in the middle, click
the playback in the middle, click
(Pause) in the [Page/Play] Toolbar. To restart
(Start) in the [Page/Play] Toolbar.
CWhile stopping temporarily, you can move the Play Scroll bar in the [Page/Play] Toolbar to
playback manually.
CTo end the playback in the middle, click
(Stop) in the [Page/Play] Toolbar.
CPlayback is complete when the scroll bar reaches the far right end and stops.
Remark:
CYou can click the arrows at the right and left of the Play Scroll bar or drag the Play Scroll bar to the right or left
to playback the drawing.
CWhile playing back, you cannot use the marker and eraser in the [Markers/Eraser] Toolbar. In addition, in
Whiteboard mode drawing on the screen of the Interactive Panaboard will not be reproduced either.
CYou can change the playback conditions such as the playback interval, playback page and the playback loop.
(See page 69.)
You can also change the settings of the playback page and the playback loop from [Playback Option] in the
[Page/Play] menu.
■ Recognizing Handwriting in the IPB document
CRecognizing Handwriting
(1) Click
[Handwriting Recognition...] in the [Edit] menu.
CThe Handwriting Recognition dialog box will appear.
(2) Select the Recognition Range and click [OK].
CThe recognition results will be output as text to the Text Editor.
Remark:
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CIf [Delete the existing text] is checked (turned ON), the existing text will be deleted before the recognition
results are output.
CEnglish or German handwriting is the only language that can be recognized.
Handwriting recognition for German will be available only when German is selected in "Regional Setting" of
the Windows "Control Panel".
CThe Text Editor displays the recognition results for the current page only. If [All Pages] is selected, switching
to a certain page will display its recognition results.
CTo specify text for recognition using the mouse, click
(Arrow) in the [Marker/Eraser] Toolbar, drag the
cursor over the text for recognition, and click the menu to perform recognition only on handwriting in the
selected area.
CWhen the text cursor is aligned with the recognized text, the minimal shape of the handwritten line that forms
the basis for the recognition will be indicated with dotted lines.
CClick
(Arrow) in the [Marker/Eraser] Toolbar, then click the handwritten line that was recognized on the
page to display the minimal shape of the handwritten lines and select the recognized text as a range.
CCutting or deleting the recognized text dissociates it from the handwritten lines.
CWhen All Pages are subject to recognition, selecting [Undo] from the [Edit] menu cannot restore the file to the
previous state.
View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation
CReplacing Possibly Misspelled Words with Alternatives
(1) Click inside the Text Editor window.
CA pop-up menu will display alternatives.
(3) Select the alternative word from the menu.
CThe text will be replaced with the menu selection.
Remark:
CWavy underlining for possibly misspelled words can be displayed or cancelled in the settings for
[Spell Check...] in the [Settings] menu. (See page 72.)
CA maximum of five alternatives will be displayed.
CNo alternatives will be displayed in the pop-up menu when there are no alternatives.
CAlternatives will only displayed for text that is produced after handwriting recognition.
Before you start
(2) Right-click on a word that might be misspelled.
CUndoing Actions
(2) Click [Undo] in the [Edit] menu.
Using
(1) Click inside the Text Editor window.
Remark:
CTo repeat the action performed before it was undone, click [Redo] in the [Edit] menu.
C[Undo/Redo] can be performed up to 100 times, but the counter is reset after switching pages.
CCopying Text
(1) Click inside the Text Editor window.
(2) Select the target text.
CThe text will be copied to the clipboard.
CSelected text can be removed and copied to the clipboard by clicking [Cut] in the [Edit] menu.
Help
(3) Click [Copy] in the [Edit] menu.
Remark:
CText copied to the clipboard can be pasted into other applications.
CCopying Text from All Pages to the Clipboard
(1) Click inside the Text Editor window.
CThe text in all pages will be copied to the clipboard.
Remark:
CText copied to the clipboard can be pasted into other applications.
Installation
(2) Click [Copy All Pages] in the [Edit] menu.
CPasting Text
(1) Click inside the Text Editor window.
(2) Move the text cursor to the point of insertion.
(3) Click [Paste] in the [Edit] menu.
CThe clipboard text will be inserted to the point of insertion.
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CDeleting Text
(1) Click inside the Text Editor window.
(2) Select the target text.
(3) Click [Delete] in the [Edit] menu.
CThe text will be deleted.
Remark:
CThe deleted text will not be copied to the clipboard.
CWhen recognized text is deleted, it is dissociated from the source handwritten lines. (See page 66.)
CSelecting All Text on a Page
(1) Click inside the Text Editor window.
(2) Click [Select All] in the [Edit] menu.
CAll text in the current page will be selected.
Remark:
CTo deselect, click inside the Text Editor window.
■ Print the IPB document
CConfirm print image of the IPB document before printing
(1) Click [Print Preview] in the [File] menu.
CSwitch to the Print Preview screen.
(2) Click the [Close] button to exit the Print Preview and return the display mode to the
original state.
Remark:
CThe screen display mode that displays an image of the file when it is printed is called the Print Preview. In the
Print Preview you can display print images of multiple page at a time. You can also expand or reduce the size
of the page displayed in the screen.
CPrint currently displayed IPB document
(1) Click [Print] in the [File] menu.
CThe Print dialog box will appear.
(2) Set the [Printer], [Print range] and [Number of copies].
(3) Click the [OK] button.
CThe Printing dialog box will appear.
CTo stop the printing, click the [Cancel] button in the Printing dialog box.
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■ Settings
CSetting meeting information
(1) Click [Information...] in the [Settings]
menu.
Before you start
Set meeting information recorded in the IPB
document. Information that can be saved includes
titles, subjects and descriptions, participants and
related contact information.
Setting the information of a meeting will also allow
you to output page images when exporting the IPB
documents to HTML files.
CThe Information dialog box will appear.
(2) Enter necessary information as follows, and then click the [OK] button.
[Summary] Enter a summary of the recorded meeting here.
Title:
Enter the title of the meeting.
Participants: Enter the participants of the meeting.
Enter the name of the company.
Manager:
Enter the individuals responsible for the contents of the meeting.
Create On:
Automatically displays the date and time the IPB document was created.
Using
Company:
Modified On: Automatically displays the date and time the IPB document was updated finally.
Subject:
Enter the subject of the meeting.
Description:
Enter a description of the contents of the meeting.
[Contacts]
Enter information to contract individuals for questions concerning the meeting here.
Name:
Enter the names of the person in charge of the meeting.
e-mail:
Enter the e-mail address of the person in charge of the meeting.
Help
Home page: Enter the home page of the person in charge of the meeting.
CSet the conditions when playing back the IPB document
(1) Click [Play...] in the [Settings] menu.
CThe Playback Setting dialog box will appear.
(2) Enter an interval for playing back the stroke in the Interval time
between strokes.
You can click the arrows at the right and left of the scroll bar or
drag the scroll bar to the right or left to set a desired interval.
To play back currently displayed page only, add a check mark (turn ON) to the [Selected
Page] check box.
To play back continuously, add a check mark (turn ON) to the [Loop Playback] check box.
Remark:
CThe playback interval can be set in a range of 0 - 2 seconds in 1 msec (millisecond = 1/1000 second) units.
CWhen the [Selected Page] check box is ON, only the displayed page is played back.
When OFF, the first page through the last page are played back.
CWhen the [Loop Playback] check box is ON, the first page through the last page are played back repeatedly
after the last page is played back.
When the [Selected Page] is also ON, the currently displayed page is played back repeatedly.
CThe [Selected Page] and [Loop Playback] settings can be changed from [Playback Option] in the [Page/Play]
menu.
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CSet the marker width, color or the eraser size
Change the width and color of the markers and the size of the eraser used in the View window or the
Whiteboard window.
The marker width and color can be changed for four marker colors.
(1) Click [Markers and Eraser...] in the [Settings] menu.
CThe Marker/Eraser Setting dialog box will appear.
(2) To change the width of the markers, either enter a
width in
(Marker Width) at the right side
of the marker whose width will be changed or click
the arrows at the right and left of the scroll bar or
drag the scroll bar to the right or left to set a desired
width.
To change the color of the markers, click
(Marker Color) on the right side of the marker whose color will be changed. The Color
dialog box will appear. Click the color you want to change from among Basic colors, and
click the [OK] button.
To set a highlight marker, check (turn ON) the [Highlight] check box.
To change the size of the eraser, either enter a size in
(Eraser Radius) or click
the arrows at the right and left of the scroll bar or drag the scroll bar to the right or left to
set a desired size.
(3) Click the [OK] button.
(4) A dialog box will appear where you can select whether or not to apply the new settings to
handwritten lines drawn up to now.
Clicking [Yes] button will redraw the lines drawn up to that point using the new settings.
Clicking [No] button will only reflect the new settings for any subsequently drawn lines.
Remark:
CThe unit of the maker width and the eraser size is dots in the View window and millimeters or inches in the
Whiteboard window.
CWhen you check (turn ON) the [Same Width] check box, you can set all markers to the same width by only
setting the width of the black marker.
CThe marker width can be set in a range of 1 - 30 dots in the View window and 0.1 - 25.4 mm (0.01 - 1 inch) in
the Whiteboard window.
CWhen the marker color is changed, the color will be displayed on the bottom-right of the Desktop Drawing
Tool marker button, but the marker tool color will not change.
CWhen a highlight marker is set, the background under the drawn lines is transparent. In case that the
background is dark and the drawn lines are hard to see, please turn the [Highlight] check box OFF. And when
the line crosses with one of the different color, the part of that becomes dark.
CThe eraser radius can be set in a range of 1 - 60 dots in the View window and 0.1 - 50.8 mm (0.01 - 2 inch) in
the Whiteboard window.
CThese settings are effective until being changed.
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CSet an image file when exporting or copying by dragging and dropping
(1) Click [Export Image...] in the [Settings] menu.
CThe Export Image Settings dialog box will appear.
(2) The following items can be set.
[Export Image Files] group
To change the size when saving a page as
an image file, enter a desired width and
height.Check (turn ON) the [Constrain Proportions] check box when setting the aspect
ratio of the page to an identical value even if the page dimensions change while saving
it as the image file.
JPEG:
To set the quality level when exporting a page as a JPEG format image file.
TIFF:
To perform compression when exporting a page as a TIFF format image file, check
(turn ON) the [Compression (PACKBITS)] check box.
[Drag and Drop Files] group
Set the file format to create when copying data to other applications by dragging and dropping a
selected page area.
The following file formats can be selected.
WindowsBMP (*.bmp), JPEG (*.jpg) or TIFF (*.tif)
If JPEG is selected, you can enter a quality level in [Quality:].
If TIFF is selected, you can set Compression/No-compression using the [Compression
(PACKBITS)] check box. Turn the check box ON for compression.
Using
Image Size:
Before you start
Set the size when exporting a page to an image file and the file
format to create when copying data to other applications by
dragging and dropping a selected page area.
(3) Click the [OK] button.
CThe default of the width is 800 dots and the [Constrain Proportions] check box is checked (ON). The height
will be different depending on the size of the Panaboard screen and the screen resolution of the PC where
the projector is projecting the image.
Help
Remark:
CSet a work folder and the recovery file
(1) Click [File...] in the [Settings] menu.
CThe File Settings dialog box will appear.
Installation
Set the default folder when opening or saving an IPB document.
In addition, if settings are made to automatically create a recovery
file, previously saved IPB documents can be recovered if a power
failure or other incident occurs.
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View Window or Whiteboard Window Operation
(2) The following items can be set.
Save Default Folder:
Set the path of the folder you want to display as a default when saving a
new IPB document.
Create Recovery File:
To create a recovery file, add a check mark (turn ON).
Recovery File Folder:
To save the recovery file at the same folder as the original file, add a
check mark (turn ON) to the [Same folder as original file] check box.
Otherwise, set the directory to save the recovery file.
Save automatically every x minutes:To set the automatic save interval of the recovery file in a range of
1 - 120 minutes.
(3) Click the [OK] button.
CSpell check setting for recognized handwriting
Set the spell check for recognized handwriting.
(1) Click [Spell Check...] in the [Settings] menu.
CThe Spell Check Setting dialog box will appear.
2) The following items can be set.
Display possibly misspelled words with wavy underlining:
When checked, possibly misspelled words are
displayed with wavy underlining.
(3) Click the [OK] button.
Remark:
COnly text that is produced after handwriting recognition is subject to spell checking.
COption setting
Set the display method of the file name in the Title bar and the display unit system.
(1) Click [Options...] in the [Settings] menu.
CThe Options dialog box will appear.
(2) The following items can be set.
Display full path in Title bar: To display the full path of the currently opened file in the title bar of the View
window or the Whiteboard window, add a check mark (turn ON).
Measurement:
To switch the display unit system of the Whiteboard window.
(3) Click the [OK] button.
Remark:
CThe computer screen will be projected onto the screen of the Interactive Panaboard in the Projector mode
and because there is no physical size, the display unit system is only in pixels (dots) and cannot be changed.
CThe display unit systems of millimeters / inches are used as units to represent the page size on the status
bar, pen width and eraser size.
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Remote Conferencing using Microsoft® NetMeeting®
■ About NetMeeting®
This section explains an example of the remote conferencing using NetMeeting®.
For detailed explanation concerning NetMeeting®, please refer to help of NetMeeting® or the Microsoft®
Corporation NetMeeting® Home Page of the Internet.
Before you start
Microsoft® NetMeeting® is a software to share information with the computer connected in the network. When the
Interactive Panaboard is connected with the computer connected in the network and NetMeeting® is used, it is
possible to confer on the remote place using the Projector mode or the Whiteboard mode of the Interactive
Panaboard Software.
It is necessary to install NetMeeting® in each computer which confers on the remote place. We recommend using
NetMeeting® 3.0 or later. You are able to download latest NetMeeting® from the Microsoft® Corporation
NetMeeting® Home Page of the Internet. (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/NetMeeting/)
■ Example of using NetMeeting®
Connect the Interactive Panaboard with the computer which sponsors the remote
conferencing, and run the Interactive Panaboard Software with the Projector mode or the
Whiteboard mode.
2
Run NetMeeting® with all computers which confer on the remote place.
3
Call the computer which participates from the computer which sponsors the remote
conferencing.
Using
1
CTo call, select from the user who connects the computer with the Internet directory server or input
IP address directly.
Receive the call with the computer which participates in the remote conferencing.
5
Share a program of the computer which sponsors the remote conferencing.
Help
4
CWhen you use the program sharing feature, other people can see the program.
CWhen the Projector mode is used, share the Desktop.
CWhen the Whiteboard mode is used, share the Whiteboard window of the Interactive Panaboard
Software.
6
Confer on the remote place using the shared program.
7
When the remote conferencing finishes, stop sharing a program and exit NetMeeting®.
Installation
CWhen you allow control, other people can both see and use the program.
It is only one person at a time to be able to control the shared program.
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Remote Conferencing using Microsoft® NetMeeting®
Note
CYou cannot call people on the Internet that you have located on Wed-based directory servers if your Internet
connection uses a proxy server that does not support NetMeeting®.
CWhen you share a program and decide to allow someone to control it, remote users can use the File Open
and File Save dialog boxes in your program to gain access to or delete files on your computer or network.
It is recommended that you do not leave your computer unattended while sharing a program and allowing
control.
CYou can connect to only one other person with audio and/or video at a time.
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Daily Care and Maintenance
Always turn off the power switch and unplug the power plug when cleaning outside and inside the unit.
Cleaning the screen and the unit
Before you start
Gently wipe the screen film and unit with a water-dampened
cloth that has been thoroughly wrung.
Use a commercially available white board cleaner for
hard-to-clean stains. (SANFORD® EXPO® white board
cleaner etc.)
If you accidently write on the board with an oil-based
marker, wipe with a small amount of ethyl alcohol.
Note
Using
CDo not use thinner, benzine or cleaners containing
abrasives as this may result in discoloration.
CDo not wipe the screen film with a dry cloth as this
may generate a static charge.
Caring for the eraser
When the erasing surface of the eraser becomes dirty, hold
down the sheet under the top sheet with your finger and peel
off the dirty sheet by pulling in the direction of the arrow.
Note
Help
CWhen the eraser becomes thin, make sure that the
corners of the eraser do not strike the screen during
erasing as this may damage the screen.
Cleaning the printer head, platen roller and feed roller
BIf black streaks appear on the copy, clean the printer head and the platen roller.
BIf paper jams occur frequently, clean the feed roller.
Push down the printer open lever and open the
printer door.
Printer
Open Lever
Installation
1
Printer Door
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Daily Care and Maintenance
Clean the Printer Head
2
Dampen the tip of a cotton swab in ethyl
alcohol and gently wipe the printer head.
Cotton Swab
Note
CNever touch the printer head or the surrounding
area with your hands as this may disable
copying.
Printer Head
(Gold)
Clean the Platen Roller and the Feed Roller
3
Remove the film cassette with both hands and
carefully wipe any dirt or stains off the platen
roller and feed roller.
CFor details on removing the film cassette, see
page 20.
CDampen a soft cloth with neutral kitchen
cleaner diluted in water, wring the cloth
thoroughly, and wipe the entire surface of the
rollers while rotating them. If this does not
remove all dirt, wipe with a cloth dampened
with ethyl alcohol.
Feed Roller
Platen
Roller
Printer Door
4
Attach the film cassette in its original position
and close the printer door.
CFor details on attaching the film cassette, see
page 14.
CClose the printer door firmly until a click is
heard.
Note
CIf " " is displayed on the multi-copy/error
indicator when the power is turned on, this
indicates that the film cassette has not been
installed properly or that there is slack in the
thermal transfer film. Check the condition of the
film cassette and for slack in the thermal
transfer film.
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Printer Door
Daily Care and Maintenance / Troubleshooting
Before you start
Replacing the Batteries in the Electronic Pen and the Electronic Eraser
As the lifetime of the batteries in the Electronic Pen or the Electronic Eraser comes near to the
end, the message “Low Battery” appears on the PC screen to which the electronic print board is
connected using interactive functions. When this message appears, get new batteries ready and
replace the old ones as soon as possible.
When replacing batteries, remove the old batteries and replace according to step 1 under “Setting
the Electronic Pen” on page 24 in the case of the Electronic Pen or according to “Setting the
Electronic Eraser” on page 25 in the case of the Electronic Eraser. Continued use of low batteries
may result in a shifting of position or malfunction.
Replacing the Cloth of the Electronic Eraser
If the cloth of the Electronic Eraser becomes dirty with erased markings, replace with a new eraser
cloth according to “Replacing the eraser cloth” on page 25.
Treat problems according to the information given in the table below. If problems still persist, call your dealer for service.
Symptom
Power switch is on but the
indicator is off.
See
Page
Care and Remedy
Check that the power plug is securely plugged in.
(If the indicator still does not light, turn the power off and on again.)
The unit is out of copy paper or thermal transfer film. (Error indicator flashes "
Insert copy paper or replace the thermal transfer film.
" or "
".)
16
20
The printer door is open. (Error indicator flashes " ".)
Close the printer door firmly until a click is heard.
15
Paper is jammed in the printer. (Error indicator flashes " ".)
Open the printer door and remove the jammed paper.
21
The platen roller and feed roller are dirty.
Open the printer door and clean the platen roller and the feed roller.
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Help
Copied copy paper will not
come out.
Using
Troubleshooting
BThe markers for interactive (Small) are used.
Use the markers (Big).
Nothing is printed on the
paper or copies are faint or
blurred.
The printer door is slightly open.
Close the printer door firmly until a click is heard.
15
The printer head or platen roller is dirty.
Open the printer door and clean any dirt off the printer head and platen roller.
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The room temperature is 10°C (50°F) or lower.
Increase the room temperature, turn the unit's power off and on, and retry copying.
The thermal transfer film is wrinkled because it was set in place without removing
excess slack.
Rewind the used portion of the thermal transfer film to remove the excess
slack, then reattach it.
Installation
Black streaks or blank
(unprinted) spots appear
on the copy (copy paper is
dirty).
BThe writing on the screen is too thin or light.
Make thicker, darker lines or change to a new marker.
15
21
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Care and Remedy
The screen does not
advance when the COPY
or ADVANCE keys are
pressed.
Static electricity was generated when the screen film was wiped.
Turn off the power and slowly move the screen by hand.
Contrast/Remaining
film indicator flashes.
The time to replace the thermal transfer film is approaching. (Only about 15 more
copies can be made.)
Prepare a new replacement film (KX-BP081 or KX-BP082).
Check that the interactive cable is securely connected.
The computer can not
recognize the electronic
Communication port setting is not appropriate.
print board when the
Change communication port setting according to “COM port” on page 31.
interactive function is used.
The Electronic Pen position The projection position shifts.
may shift when the
Calibrate to reposition the projected image on the screen.
Projector mode is used.
Data written on the
electronic print board may
disappear from the
electronic print board
screen and the computer
screen or its position may
shift when the interactive
function is used.
See
Page
20
26
31
35
BUse the Electronic Pen inclined at an angle.
BDirect sunlight or strong light is striking the screen.
BA remote controller is being aimed at the receiver on the electronic print board.
BThe side of the electronic print board is placed near the wall, or the top of the
electronic print board is placed near the ceiling.
BThe electronic print board is placed near the vents of an air conditioner.
BThe receiver of the electronic print board is blocked by a hand or other object.
BThe transmitter of the Electronic Pen or the Electronic Eraser is covered with your
hand.
BTwo or more the Electronic Pens or the Electronic Eraser are used at the same time.
BIf the position shifts for reasons other than the above, adjust the position according
to "Adjustment" on page 31.
Do not do the followings near the electronic print board while using the interactive
Unnecessary streaks not
function.
written are displayed on the
BExchanging markers for interactive (Small) of the Electronic Pen
computer screen when the
BSetting or removing a marker cap of the Electronic Pen
interactive function is used.
BPushing the point of the Electronic Pen
Detection of the marker
color of the Electronic Pen
does not work well when
the Whiteboard mode of
the interactive function is
used.
The message “Low
Battery” appears on the
computer screen.
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The marker for interactive (Small) is not securely set.
Rotate the pen holder lever to the release potion, and then return the pen
holder lever to the lock position while inserting the marker until you hear a
buzzing sound.
24
The proprietary marker for interactive (Small) is not set into the pen holder.
Use the proprietary markers for interactive (Small).
81
Replace batteries of the Electronic Pen or the Electronic Eraser which have “Low
Battery” message displayed.
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Troubleshooting
■ Meanings of various displays
The following table describes the meaning of each of the symbols which may flash in the Multi-Copy/Error indicator.
Cause
Remedy
See
Page
Out of paper.
Load copy paper.
16
The printer door is not closed securely.
Close the printer door securely.
15
The thermal transfer film is slack or has run
out.
Remove the slack from the thermal transfer film
or replace.
15
20
Paper jam.
Open the printer door and remove the jammed
paper.
21
The screen will not move.
The room temperature is 10°C (50°F) or lower.
The fluorescent lamp is dead.
BIf other indications such as "
Before you start
Indication
Remove any chart paper attached to the screen
and slowly move the screen by hand.
Increase the room temperature.
Call your dealer for service.
" appear, call your dealer.
Using
Help
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79
General
Specifications
Model Number
KX-BP800
Power Supply
AC100 -120 V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption
(Operational/Standby)
2.2 A/ 0.1 A
External Dimensions
Height✕Width✕
Depth
Without stand
1,400✕1,550✕240 mm (4' 71/8"✕5' 11/32"✕97/16")
With stand
1,875✕1,550✕1,100 mm (6' 113/16"✕5' 11/32"✕3' 75/16")
Weight (without stand)
Ambient Operating Conditions
Output Block
Input Block
Writing Implements
34.0 kg (75 Ibs)
Interactive Function
Temperature : 15 - 30°C (59 - 86°F), Humidity : 30 - 80% R.H.
Other than Interactive Function
Temperature : 10 - 35°C (50 - 95°F), Humidity : 30 - 80% R.H.
Dry erase felt-tipped markers (black, red, blue and green*)
The green marker is only for the interactive function.
Screen Size
1,651 mm (65") Diagonal
Panel Surfaces
2 (endless type)
Panel Advance System
Scroll type
Copying Area
Height✕Width
850✕1,330 mm (2' 915/32"✕4' 43/8")
Scanning System
CCD flat-scan type
Printing System
Fusion thermal transfer type
Copy Paper
Standard or recycled paper [60 - 90g/ m2 (16-24 lbs)]
Copy Paper Size
Letter [216✕279.4 mm (81/2"✕11")]
Copy Density
8dots/ mm (203 dots/inch)
Copy Color
Black
Contrast Adjustment
Two levels: Normal/Dark
2-Screen Compressed Copying
Yes
Time Required for Copying
15 sec. /sheet
Continuous Copies
1 to 9 sheets
Out-of-Paper Indication
Yes
Projector mode:
850✕1,330 mm (2' 915/32"✕4' 43/8")
Interactive Function
The position cannot be detected within 50 mm (2") of the upper screen border.
Effective Area
Height✕Width
825✕1,330 mm (2' 815/32"✕4' 43/8")
The whiteboard cannot not be written on within 50 mm (2") of the upper screen border and 25 mm
(1") of the lower screen border.
It is not always possible to normally detect the position within 100 mm (315/16")
of the position receiver and 35 mm (13/8") from the both sides of the screen.
Interface
RS-232-C
Battery for Electronic Pen or
Electronic Eraser
LR03 (“AAA” size) ✕2
Battery Longevity for Electronic
Pen or Electronic Eraser
80
Whiteboard mode:
Alkaline battery
48 hours [Continuously at 25°C (77°F)]
When using Panasonic “LR03” (“AAA” size) alkaline batteries.
Specifications
KX-B063
Stand
KX-BP065
PC Interface Kit
KX-BP095 (for connection to PC)
Replacement Film
Markers (Big) and Eraser Set
KX-BP081 [contains two 100m (328.1') rolls]
KX-BP082 [contains 100m (328.1') roll and film cassette]
KX-B035 (contains one black, one red, one blue marker,
and one eraser)
Pen Holder
KX-BP038
Electronic Eraser
KX-BP048
Marker (Small) set
KX-BP0385 (contains one black, one red, one blue and
one green marker)
Eraser Cloth (for Electronic Eraser)
KX-BP0481 (set of 10 cloths)
Using
for Interactive
Wall-mounting Kit
Before you start
for Print
Board
■ Consumable and accessories
Ruler kit (KX-B05) can not be used with the interactive function.
CThe markers (Big) and the eraser are used for other than the interactive function.
CThe markers for interactive (Small) are used while inserted in the pen holder.
The Electronic Pen [a marker for interactive (Small) inserted in the pen holder] and the Electronic Eraser are used
with the interactive function.
CPC Interface (Option)
When the optional PC Interface Kit (KX-BP095) is used, you can scan monochrome images from the KX-BP800 into
a computer running Microsoft® Windows® or Windows NT® and print documents on the computer to the printer of the
KX-BP800.
Help
Installation
81
Installation Manual
(for qualified service personnel)
Table of contents
Pages
Pages
Assembling the Print Board . . . . . . . . . . . 83
CAssembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Assembling the Optional Stand (KX-BP065) . . . . . 88
CAccessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
CAssembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Print Board Operations Check . . . . . . . . . 86
CNormal print board operations check . . . . . 86
CInteractive operations check . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Repacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Wall-mounting Kit (KX-B063) . . . . . . . . . . 91
CAccessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
CWall-mounting procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
CAttaching the wall-mounting fixtures . . . . . . 93
Before installing this set, please read this manual completely.
For instructions on installing the software, please see page 27.
Accessories
The following accessories are required for assembly.
Part name
Part illustration/quantity
Attachment procedure
Power cord
✕1
Page 85, Item 4.1
Wall mounting template
(for wall mounting)
✕1
Page 92, Item 2
All accessories included in the package are given on the next page.
Make sure that all of these parts are included in the package before proceeding.
WARNING
DO NOT INSTALL THIS OPTION EXCEPT QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CAUTION
SAFETY CHECK MUST BE DONE BY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
AFTER INSTALLING THIS OPTION.
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Assembling the Print Board
■ Assembly
Assembly of the optional stand or wall-mounting kit.
■ If you are using a stand, refer to page 88.
■ If you are using a wall-mounting kit, refer to page 91.
2
Remove the print board from the shipping box.
Before you start
1
Remove the joints, then remove the print board from the shipping box.
Using
Help
• Markers (Black, Red, Blue-Big) . . . . . . .Each 1
• Eraser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
• Letter papers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 sheets
• Pen holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
• Markers for interactive
(Black, Red, Blue, Green-Small) . . . . . .Each 1
1
1
3
1
Installation
• Film cassette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Blue gear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Green gears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Thermal transfer film [20m (65.6')] . . . . . . .
• Electronic eraser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
• Eraser cloth (for electronic eraser) . . . . . . . . .2
• Batteries (LR03 "AAA") . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
• Power cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
• Interactive cable [5m (16.4')] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
• Software CD-ROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
• Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
• Software License Agreement . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
• Wall-mounting template. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
• Warranty card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Note
CDo not touch the screen film surface as doing so may damage it.
CThe shipping box, cushioning material, and other packaging materials will be necessary if
you ever need to repackage the print board, so do not throw them away.
83
Assembling the Print Board
3
Attach the print board.
■ If you are using a stand:
1. Hang the print board on the
attachment fixtures of the stand.
■ If you are using a wallmounting kit:
1. Remove the two wing bolts and
hang the print board on the wallmounting fixtures supplied with
the wall-mounting kit.
(Please refer to page 92.)
L
R
2
L
R
1
2. Use the two wing bolts (M5
12 mm) provided with the stand
to fasten the print board to the
lower stand attachment fixtures
as shown below.
2. Use the two wing bolts removed in
step 1 above to fasten the print
board to the lower wall-mounting
fixtures as shown below.
Note
CWhen mounting the print board, avoid banging it.
Such impact may break the internal fluorescent
light or cause other damage.
CAfter mounting the print board, gradually apply
weight to it to make sure that the wall is strong
enough to support it.
84
CThe stand (KX-BP065) is available as an option.
CThe wall-mounting kit (KX-B063) is available as an
option.
Assembling the Print Board
4
5
Attach the power cord.
Wipe the screen film gently with a
water-dampened cloth that has
been thoroughly wrung.
Before you start
1. Securely fit the supplied power
cord into the AC inlet on the
printer unit.
Wipe the screen film surface.
Power Cord
AC Inlet
Using
2. Fit the power cord into the cord
holder. Do not force it.
Note
CDo not use thinner, benzine or cleaners
containing abrasives as this may result in
discoloration.
CDo not wipe the screen film with a dry
cloth as this may generate a static
charge.
Cord Holder
Help
6
Check operations.
Refer to page 86 "Print Board
Operations Check".
Installation
85
Print Board Operations Check
After assembling the print board, perform the procedures presented in the following table to make sure it functions
properly.
■ Normal print board operations check
Normal print board operations (points to check)
Step
1
Turn on the power switch.
2
Open the printer door and attach the supplied
thermal transfer film, then close the printer door.
CInstalling Thermal Transfer Film procedure
(refer to page 14)
3
Open the paper cover and insert ordinary Letter
test paper, then close the paper cover.
CLoading Copy Paper procedure
(refer to page 16)
Multiple copy/
error display
"
"
" flashes after
" lights up.
"
" flashes.
"
" lights up.
4
Open the printer door.
"
" flashes.
5
Close the printer door.
"
" lights up.
6
Press
Other points to check
CDoes the screen film surface
feed smoothly?
.
CAre there any strange noises?
7
Use the supplied marker to draw a large
filling the entire copyable area of the
screen film surface.
CCopyable area (refer to page 9)
Press
C"
twice. (will add to 3 copies)
" will be displayed.
Press
to move the screen film surface.
Write letters, etc. with the marker.
Press
once.
.
Press
9
Press
10
Press
1 2
" lights up.
.
Press
8
"
CAre three copies made?
CIs the entire readable area
printed?
CDuring the copying process, are
there any strange noises or
paper jams? Are multiple sheets
of paper fed through at the same
time?
CHas the darkness indicator light
turned on?
CIs the image copied properly?
CAre there strange markings on
the copy sheet (e.g., stripes or
lines)?
once.
Has the darkness indicator light
turned off?
.
Are two screens copied properly?
BIf the unit fails on any of the check points, please contact your dealer.
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Print Board Operations Check
■ Interactive operations check
Connect the print board to the PC according to the instructions of page 26 using the
supplied interactive cable.
2
Install the software on the PC according to the instructions of page 27 and check that
the interactive function operates.
If the Electronic Pen position shifts, adjust the position according to the instructions of page 31.
Before you start
1
Using
Repacking
Perform assembly steps 2 through 4 (refer to pages 83 through 85) in reverse to repack
the print board and accessories. Use the joints to fasten the shipping box to the upper and
lower box.
Help
Joint
Installation
Shipping Box
CRefer to the shipping box instructions
for information on how to fasten the
16 joints.
87
Assembling the Optional Stand (KX-BP065)
■ Accessories
The package box for the optional stand includes the parts noted below; please confirm that all parts are present
before beginning installation.
No.
Part name
Part illustration
Stand base
Q'ty
No.
Part name
2
9
Wing bolt
Part illustration
Q'ty
6
M5✕12mm (15/32")
Pipe
2
Cover
2
Side bar A
2
Side bar B
1
10
Support
bracket
2
11
Fall-prevention
extension leg
4
12
Screw
4
M6✕60mm (23/8")
Screw
12
13
Nut
4
M8✕45mm (125/32")
8
1
Fixture
(left)
2
Fixture
(right)
2
Wrench
1
1 The accessory wrench is required when disassembling the electronic print board; please store
it carefully for future use.
CBefore assembly, be sure to lock the casters.
Locking the casters
(Push this side)
Releasing the lock
88
Assembling the Optional Stand (KX-BP065)
■ Assembly
Assembling the stand
Assembling the fall-prevention extension legs.
Insert the covers
The fall-prevention extension legs increases the safety of the
electronic print board.
11
to the pipes
3
.
Before you start
1
1
12
2
13
Using
CCaster locks are attached to
the back side.
Fall-prevention extension legs
Assemble with the
holes toward the front.
Help
4
6
✽1
A
4
✽1
2
6
2
5
3
10
Locking
casters side.
(rear)
10
Locking casters side.
(rear)
Installation
3
CTo lock the fall-prevention
extension legs, lift portion A.
6
1 Do not tighten the screw
too much. This may deform the pipes.
89
Assembling the Optional Stand (KX-BP065)
2
Attach the attachment fixtures
8 with the four wing-bolts.
7
8
9
9
8
7
9
9
3
Assemble and install the print board.
Please refer to assembly instructions on page 84.
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Wall-mounting Kit (KX-B063)
Procedure for KX-B063 Wall-mounting Kit Installation
.Tools required:
One (1) KX-B063 kit
A minimum of eight (8) pieces of appropriate wall-support hardware (molley, toggle, etc.)
NOTE :THIS HARDWARE MUST BE LOCALLY PROCURED, IT IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE KIT.
Drill (and drill bit of correct size) for hardware installation
Screw driver (Both phillips (+) and slotted (-) will be required.)
Tape measure
Tape or thumb-tacks (2pcs)
Bubble type level
Before you start
Before attempting installation of this wall-mounting kit, we strongly recommend consulting with the building facility nor
manager, engineer or architect. The installer needs to know the type of construction used for the wall intended for this
installation and the location of wall studs. Selection of hardware is critical for safe wall-mounting, and dependent upon
the nature of wall construction, installation should not occur until this consultation takes place.
.Pre-requisites
Using
1. Before installation, make sure that the wall intended for installation is capable of supporting
flush-mounted.
[ KX-BP800 is 103 kgf (227 Ibs). ]
2. The position of the intended installation is of adequate size for the selected Panaboard.
[ KX-BP800 is 1,575 mm X 1,524 mm (5'2"✕5').]
3. An outlet is within 3 m (9'104/32"), and it is not located directly behind the Panaboard.
■ Accessories
The package includes the parts noted below ; please confirm that all parts are present before beginning installation.
No.
Part name
Part illustration, Q'ty ofOrder
use
No.
Part name
Order
Part illustration, Q'ty of
use
Help
Eight screws for mounting the fixtures on the wall are not provided. Please purchase the appropriate wall-mounting
hardware (sold in stores). Refer to pages 93 and 94.
✕4
Wall-mounting
fixture L
L
✕2
3
Screw
M4✕16 mm (20/32")
—
No use*
R
✕2
3
Wall-mounting
template
✕1
2
Installation
Wall-mounting
fixture R
✕2
Wing bolt
M5✕12 mm (15/32")
No use*
—
No use*
Use the wall-mounting
template provided with
KX-BP800.
These are used for other models.
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Wall-mounting Kit (KX-B063)
■ Wall-mounting procedure
1
Confirm that the wall is strong enough to support the weight of the print board.
(Please refer to page 91.)
Caution:
The wall must be capable of supporting at least
1,005N [ 103 kgf (227 Ibs) ] for KX-BP800.
2
Tape the wall-mounting template to the wall.
BDo not use the template included in the wall-mounting kit (KX-B063), but rather the one included
with the electronic print board (KX-BP800).
BWhen taping the template to the wall, make sure it is level.
3
1. Drill holes in the wall for the wall-mounting fixtures. (8 holes total)
2. After removing the wall-mounting template, attach the wall-mounting fixtures with
the appropriate wall-mounting hardware (two screws in each fixture).
5 Wall-mounting
template (provided with KX-BP800)
812.
1 Wall-mounting
fixture L
8mm
(2' 8
")
L
2 Wall-mounting
fixture R
L
1 Wall-mounting
fixture L
50mm
(2")
Wallmounting
hardware*
762mm (2'6")
R
R
m
m 4")
70 23
(
Wallmounting
hardware*
This hardware must be locally procured, it is not included in the kit.
BRefer to the section "Attaching the wall-mounting fixtures" (pages 93 and 94) for drilling in the wall and
attaching the mounting fixtures.
Mount the print board. (Please refer to page 84.)
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Wall-mounting Kit (KX-B063)
■ Attaching the wall-mounting fixtures
BAttaching to metal or concrete walls
Stud plugs (sold in stores) are needed.
Before you start
The electronic print board must be mounted with the method most suited to the material of the wall.
Three methods are presented here.
(Other options may be available in your area.)
Drill bit
Using
Drill eight holes in the wall.
For the correct hole size,
refer to the instructions for
the particular stud plugs
used.
Metal or concrete
wall
Stud plug
Insert a stud plug in each hole.
Help
Wall-mounting
fixture
Bolt
Installation
Insert each bolt through a
hole in the wall-mounting
fixture and tighten until the
wall-mounting fixture is
securely fixed to the wall.
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Wall-mounting Kit (KX-B063)
BAttaching to plasterboard walls
Split-wing toggles (sold in stores) are needed.
Plasterboard
split-wing toggle
Wall-mounting
fixture
Bolt
Insert each bolt through a
hole in the wall-mounting
fixture and into the hole in
the wall beneath so that the
arms of the split-wing
toggle are horizontal.
For the correct hole size,
refer to the instructions for
the particular split-wing
toggles used.
Arms
After the arms expand, pull
the wall-mounting fixture
out until the arms of the
split-wing toggle grip firmly
into the wall.
Arms
Tighten each bolt until the
wall-mounting fixture is
securely fixed to the wall.
BAttaching to wooden walls
Use wood screws (sold in stores).
Wall-mounting fixture
Wood screw
Wooden wall
94
For the correct hole size,
refer to the instructions for
the particular wood screws
used.
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These Operating Instructions are printed on recycled paper.
Panasonic Digital Document Company
A Unit of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
Two Panasonic Way, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
© 2001-2003 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Printed in Malaysia
PBQX50256XA K0601E1013
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