Secondary Display Transmission Function Advanced Operation

Secondary Display Transmission Function Advanced Operation
Secondary Display Transmission Function
Advanced Operation
(Wireless Manager ME 5.5)
※The projectors illustrated as examples are FW300NTE.
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Secondary Display Transmission Function
Advanced Operation
Contents
Using the Secondary Display Transmission Function to its Best Advantage (1)..................... 3
Using the Secondary Display Transmission Function to its Best Advantage (2)..................... 4
Using the Secondary Display Transmission Function to its Best Advantage (3)..................... 5
Using the Secondary Display Transmission Function to its Best Advantage (4)..................... 6
What “Secondary Display” Can Do for You.................................................................................. 7
System Requirements..................................................................................................................... 9
Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint................................................................................... 10
Giving presentations while displaying notes on the computer only............................................................................ 10
Giving presentations while taking notes or minutes.................................................................................................... 14
Giving presentations while referring to other documents............................................................................................ 17
Procedures for Displaying Different Applications..................................................................... 21
Arrangement of displays in the initial condition........................................................................................................... 21
Moving the window between the displays................................................................................................................... 22
Changing the display arrangement............................................................................................................................. 25
Q&A.................................................................................................................................................28
Request Regarding Security........................................................................................................ 32
Wireless Manager mobile edition 5.5 (hereafter referred to as “Wireless Manager ME 5.5”) must be installed in
order to use the secondary display transmission function. For details on installation, see the “Network Operation
Manual.”
This manual offers explanations using examples from the Windows XP (Home Edition) operating system.
PowerPoint examples use the 2003 version.
Using the Secondary Display Transmission Function
to its Best Advantage (1)
•Have you ever had difficulties memorizing the contents of your presentation?
•Have you ever become confused when giving presentations containing documents prepared by your colleagues?
•Have you ever worried that a colleague giving a presentation you prepared might misinterpret the intended
message?
•Have you ever forgotten what was on the next slide during a presentation?
•In the middle of presentation, have you ever wanted to change things around to adjust to circumstances?
At times like these, you can use the Secondary Display Transmission Function to give presentations with Microsoft
Office PowerPoint (hereafter “PowerPoint”) while simultaneously viewing your notes, the amount of elapsed time
since starting the presentation and thumbnails of the slides.
[Computer screen]
[Projector screen]
You can display the regular slide show images on the projector screen while displaying on your computer screen the
notes you made and a counter that shows the elapsed time since starting the slide show.
What’s more, you can jump to specific slides without interrupting the flow of the slide show, ensuring a smooth
presentation. This is useful, for example, when you need to skip slides due to time constraints or when a slide that is
several slots behind the current one needs to be temporarily displayed.
(→ See page 10 for the operating procedure.)
Using the Secondary Display Transmission Function
to its Best Advantage (2)
•Have you ever wanted to take meeting or conference minutes while you were displaying materials through a
projector?
At times like these, you can use the Secondary Display Transmission Function to give presentations while
simultaneously making notes in PowerPoint’s note field.
[Computer screen]
[Projector screen]
If the display destination of the slide show is set to the projector screen ahead of time using PowerPoint, the regular
PowerPoint window will appear on your computer screen even while presenting the slide show.
While the slide show is displayed on the projector screen, Q&A notes or other points can be added into PowerPoint’s
note field as seen on your computer screen.
(→ See page 14 for the operating procedure.)
Using the Secondary Display Transmission Function
to its Best Advantage (3)
When using PowerPoint
•At a conference, have you ever wanted to sneak a look at additional or supplementary materials for your
presentation?
At times like these, you can use the Secondary Display Transmission Function to give presentations while
simultaneously viewing other materials.
[Computer screen]
[Projector screen]
If the display destination of the slide show is set to the projector screen ahead of time using PowerPoint, regular
Windows operations can be performed on your computer screen even while presenting the slide show.
Other materials can be displayed on your computer screen and referred to while slides are being displayed on the
projector screen without interrupting the flow of the slide show.
(→ See page 17 for the operating procedure.)
Using the Secondary Display Transmission Function
to its Best Advantage (4)
When using applications other than PowerPoint
•At a conference, have you ever wanted to sneak a look at materials you don’t want others to see?
•Have you ever been in a quandary at a conference because you wanted to prepare the next material but ended
up showing it while operating your computer?
At times like these, you can display one application on your computer screen and a different application on the
projector screen using the Secondary Display Transmission Function.
[Computer screen]
[Projector screen]
One application is shown on your computer screen and another one appears on the projector screen.
For instance, a document can first be displayed using Microsoft Office Word (hereafter “Word”) on the projector
screen, then a Microsoft Office Excel (hereafter “Excel”) document loaded onto your computer screen, and
commentary or an explanation can be given while referring to a separate document.
(→ See page 21 for the operating procedure.)
What “Secondary Display” Can Do for You
A function that uses two displays with one computer to show the images of two display screens which are joined
together to look like one is called a “multi-display” function.
It is supported by Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Windows 2000. (RGB connectors used for external
connections or an additional video adapter card must be provided for this function to work.)
With this function, the first display is referred to as the “primary display” and the second as the “secondary display.”
Display 1
(“Primary display”)
Display 2
(“Secondary display”)
When the window is moved ...
What “Secondary Display” Can Do for You (Continued)
Using Wireless Manager ME 5.5, the original display on your computer can be made to serve as the primary display
and the projector display as the secondary display even without RGB connectors used for external connections or an
additional video adapter card.
If, for instance, a notebook computer is being used:
•Notebook computer LCD screen = Primary display
•Projector screen = Secondary display
Computer = Primary display
Projector = Secondary display
In the past, the same images appeared on both the computer and projector screens, but this function adds another
screen, allowing images that are different than those appearing on the projector screen to be shown on the computer
screen.
This makes for neat presentations using PowerPoint and other applications.
System Requirements
The computer should meet the following requirements in order to use the secondary display function.
OS: Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional SP4/XP Home Edition/XP Professional
CPU: Intel® Pentium® III 800MHz or faster, or compatible processor
(1 GHz or faster is recommended when using live mode)
RAM:256 MB or more
Hardware conditions:
CD or DVD drive (for software installation and viewing the user’s manual)
LAN terminal (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
An IEEE802.11 b/g built-in wireless LAN system or an IEEE802.11 b/g wireless LAN adapter must be installed
and running properly. However, some IEEE802.11 b/g wireless LAN may not allow connection to IEEE802.11 g
projectors.
Application software:
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2002 or newer version is required when using “Presenter View.”
Note
Note that operation is not guaranteed when used with system environments other than the above or on homemade
computers.
Operation is not guaranteed for all computers even if they meet the above
conditions.
Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint
Giving presentations while displaying notes on the computer only
“Presenter View,” which comes standard with PowerPoint (version 2002 or newer), allows you to view your notes, the
elapsed time and slide thumbnails of the presentations only on the computer screen.
To give a presentation using PowerPoint’s Presenter View, follow the operating procedure below.
For operation of the Wireless Manager ME 5.5, see the “Network Function Edition.”
1
2
Start up Wireless Manager ME 5.5, and select the projector.
The launcher is displayed. Click [
left to display the launcher menu.
] at the far
Click here.
Start/Pause
Stop
Live Mode
Selective Area Transmission
Display Change
Virtual Remocon
Pointer
AV Mute
WEB control
Select Access Port
Option
About
End
3
AClick [Display Switchover] on the launcher
menu, the menu of [Primary] and
[Secondary] is displayed.
B Click [Secondary].
Start/Pause
Stop
Live Mode
Selective Area Transmission
Display Change
Virtual Remocon
A Click here.
Pointer
AV Mute
WEB control
Select Access Port
Option
Primary
secondary
B Click here.
About
End
(→ Continued on next page)
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Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint (Continued)
4
Click [
].
An image consisting only of the wallpaper
appears on the projector screen.
Click here.
[Computer screen]
5
[Projector screen]
Start up PowerPoint and click [Slide Show] → [Set Up Show].
The “Set Up Show” window now appears.
Click here.
(→ Continued on next page)
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Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint (Continued)
6
In the [Multiple monitors] area, select [Monitor 2 Default Monitor]※1 under [Display slide show on], select the
[Show Presenter View] check box, and click [OK].
Select this setting.
You are now ready to display the slide show on the projector screen using “Presenter View.”
※1: This display may differ depending on the computer you are using.
(→ Continued on next page)
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Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint (Continued)
7
Click [Slide Show] → [View Show] to start the slide show.
“Presenter View” appears on the computer screen, and the slide show appears on the projector screen.
Click here.
[Computer screen]
[Projector screen]
Note
When closing the Secodary Display Transmission Function, be sure to exit the slide show first, or “Presenter
View” may not be displayed properly.
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Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint (Continued)
Giving presentations while taking notes or minutes
To jot down points or Q&A notes in the note field during a PowerPoint presentation, follow the operating procedure
below.
1
Start up Wireless Manager ME 5.5, and select the projector.
The launcher is displayed. Click [
] at the far left to display the launcher menu.
2
Click [Display Switchover] → [Secondary], and click [
(→ See pages 10-11, steps 2-4.)
3
Start up PowerPoint and click [Slide Show] → [Set Up Show].
The “Set Up Show” window now appears.
].
Click here.
4
In the [Multiple monitors] area, select [Monitor 2 Default Monitor]※1 under [Display slide show on]. Clear the
[Show Presenter View] check box if it is selected. When the setup is complete, click [OK].
Select this setting.
※1: This display may differ depending on the computer you are using.
(→ Continued on next page)
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Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint (Continued)
5
Click [Slide Show] → [View Show] to start the slide show.
The computer screen display remains the same while the slide show appears on the projector screen.
Click here.
[Computer screen]
[Projector screen]
The regular PowerPoint screen appears on the computer so you can proceed with the slide show while jotting
down Q&A notes or other points in the note field.
You can write down the notes here.
(→ Continued on next page)
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Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint (Continued)
6
The small “Slide Show” toolbar now appears on the PowerPoint screen. Click [Resume Slide Show] to restage
the slide show.
Click here. (The position where this appears may differ
depending on the computer.)
If the “Slide Show” toolbar fails to appear, select [View] → [Toolbars] → [Slide Show] in PowerPoint to display it.
Click here.
7
The slide show can now be restaged. Proceed with the slide show using the [↑], [↓], [Page Up] and [Page
Down] keys.
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Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint (Continued)
Giving presentations while referring to other documents
To run another application on the computer screen while staging a slide show, follow the operating procedure below.
1
Start up Wireless Manager ME 5.5, and select the projector.
The launcher is displayed. Click [
] at the far left to display the launcher menu.
2
Click [Display Switchover] → [Secondary], and click [
(→ See pages 10-11, steps 2-4.)
3
Start up PowerPoint and click [Slide Show] → [Set Up Show].
The “Set Up Show” window now appears.
].
Click here.
4
In the [Multiple monitors] area, select [Monitor 2 Default Monitor]※1 under [Display slide show on]. Clear the
[Show Presenter View] check box if it is selected. When the setup is complete, click [OK].
Select this setting.
※1: This display may differ depending on the computer you are using.
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(→ Continued on next page)
Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint (Continued)
5
Click [Slide Show] → [View Show] to start the slide show.
The computer screen display remains the same while the slide show appears on the projector screen.
Click here.
[Computer screen]
[Projector screen]
The slide show will remain displayed on the projector screen even if another application on the computer
screen is started up, and regular Windows operations can be performed.
For example, follow the operating procedure on the next page to return to the slide show after starting up and
displaying an additional document on Excel.
(→ Continued on next page)
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Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint (Continued)
6
Start up Excel and open the additional document. You can refer to the Excel document while giving your
presentation.
7
To move on with the slide show, click any visible part of the PowerPoint window to operate PowerPoint.
(→ Continued on next page)
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Operating Procedures Using PowerPoint (Continued)
8
The small “Slide Show” toolbar now appears on the PowerPoint screen. Click [Resume Slide Show] to restage
the slide show.
Click here. (The position where this appears may differ
depending on the computer.)
If the “Slide Show” toolbar fails to appear, select [View] → [Toolbars] → [Slide Show] in PowerPoint to display it.
Click here.
The slide show can now be restaged. Proceed with the slide show using the [↑], [↓], [Page Up] and [Page
Down] keys.
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Procedures for Displaying Different Applications
When giving presentations using programs other than PowerPoint, move the window manually to the projector
screen, and proceed with operation.
Arrangement of displays in the initial condition
In the initial condition of Wireless Manager ME 5.5, the projector and computer screens are treated as a joint screen,
with the projector screen as the top half of the joint screen.
[Projector screen]
[Computer screen]
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Procedures for Displaying Different Applications (Continued)
Moving the window between the displays
To move the application window that is displayed on the computer screen to the projector screen, follow the operating
procedure below.
1
Start up Wireless Manager ME 5.5, and select the projector.
The launcher is displayed. Click [
] at the far left to display the launcher menu.
2
Click [Display Switchover] → [Secondary], and click [
(→ See pages 10-11, steps 2-4.)
3
Start up the application to be displayed on the projector screen (to be used for the presentation).
[Computer screen]
4
Press the left button of the mouse on the title bar of the application, and drag the window to the top of the
screen.
].
Note
The application window cannot be moved if the
window is maximized. If so, return the window to its
original size and proceed.
(→ Continued on next page)
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Procedures for Displaying Different Applications (Continued)
5
When the mouse pointer is moved beyond the top edge
of the computer screen, the protruding part now appears
on the projector screen.
[Projector screen]
[Computer screen]
6
Keep moving the mouse pointer upward until the whole
window appears on the projector screen. Release the
mouse button once the whole window is displayed on the
projector screen.
[Projector screen]
[Computer screen]
(→ Continued on next page)
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Procedures for Displaying Different Applications (Continued)
7
Start the application you want to refer to on the computer
screen only. Different applications can now be displayed
on the computer screen and projector screen.
[Projector screen]
[Computer screen]
To return the application that is displayed on the projector screen to the computer screen, press the left button
of the mouse on the title bar of the application and drag the window toward the bottom of the screen.
Note
The mouse pointer can be moved freely on both the computer screen and projector screen. If it does not
appear on one screen, it will appear on the other.
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Procedures for Displaying Different Applications (Continued)
Changing the display arrangement
In the initial condition, the projector and computer screens are treated as a joint screen, with the projector screen as
the top half of the joint screen. However, using “Display Properties”, the direction of the arrangement can be changed
to your preference. To change from a top/bottom arrangement to a left/right arrangement, for instance, follow the
operating procedure below.
1
Select [Start] → [Control Panel] → [Appearance and Themes] → [Display] to display the “Display Properties”
window, and click the [Settings] tab.
Note
The “Display Properties” window can also be displayed by selecting [Properties] on the menu displayed by rightclicking the mouse on an empty part of the desktop.
Click the [Settings] tab to proceed.
Projector screen
Computer screen
On the “Display Properties” window:
[3] → Projector screen
[1] → Computer screen
Note
[2] is the icon for the 2-screen display function that is provided originally with the computer and is used to
connect an external unit to the computer through the RGB connectors. Depending on the computer, [2] may be
allocated to the projector screen instead of [3].
(→ Continued on next page)
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Procedures for Displaying Different Applications (Continued)
2
Press the left button of the mouse on [3], move the pointer between [1] and [2], release the mouse button (drag
and drop), and click [Apply] or [OK].
Keep the mouse button pressed when moving.
After moving [3], click this.
(→ Continued on next page)
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Procedures for Displaying Different Applications (Continued)
3
The window is arranged with screen [1] on the left and screen [3] on the right. The actual computer screen and
projector screen will also appear connected at the left and right.
[Projector screen]
[Computer screen]
Note
•The size of the projector screen is fixed at 1024 x 768, and cannot be changed.
•If the display arrangement is changed, these settings will be maintained even if the computer is shut down.
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Q&A
Q1
How can I use the secondary display transmission function?
When using the secondary display transmission function, it is necessary to connect the computer and the
projector using wireless LAN or wired LAN or by using an RGB cable.
•Connecting with wireless LAN or Wired LAN
The video adapter card installed inside the computer does not have to support multi-displays.
Only by clicking [Display Switchover] → [Secondary] on the launcher menu of the Wireless Manager
ME 5.5 starting live mode can the secondary display transmission be used.
Start/Pause
Stop
Live Mode
Selective Area Transmission
Display Change
Virtual Remocon
Primary
secondary
Pointer
AV Mute
WEB control
Select Access Port
Option
About
End
•Connecting with an RGB cable
The video adapter card installed inside the computer must support multi-displays (2-screen display
function).
Connect the projector to the computer’s RGB connectors using an RGB cable, select [Display Properties]
→ [Settings], right-click on [2] (secondary display), and select [Attached].
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Q&A (Continued)
Q2
I can use the secondary display transmission function with wired LAN or an RGB cable connection,
what is the merit for using wireless LAN connection?
By using a wireless LAN connection you are freed from the restrictions imposed by a cable connection.
Q3
Do I need any additional video adapter card to use the Secondary Display Transmission Function?
No additional video adapter card is required, provided that you use Wireless Manager ME 5.5.
Q4
Can I use the Secondary Display Transmission Function with any other models?
Yes, you can use it with any model that supports the TH-LB, PT-F, PT-FW, PT-LW series network, as long
as you can also use Wireless Manager ME 5.5.
Q5
In which modes can I use the Secondary Display Transmission Function?
You can use the function in any mode except One shot function.
However, when using Wireless Manager ME 5.5 in the “Installation free set up”, the secondary display
transmission function cannot be used.
Q6
Why is it that the images displayed by the Secondary Display Transmission Function appear on the
computer screen when the 4-screen or 16-screen index style is selected?
When the Secondary Display Transmission Function is used, different images can be displayed on the
computer screen and projector screen. However, when an index style is selected, the images appearing
on the projector screen are reduced in size, making operation more difficult. For this reason, what is shown
on the projector screen is displayed on the computer screen as (though the application cannot be operated
on) the “secondary viewer.”
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Q&A (Continued)
Q7
What is the relationship between the positions of the projector screen and computer screen?
Under the initial settings, the projector screen is placed on top of the computer screen.
The reason for this arrangement is to prevent the unintended display of applications on the projector
screen.
However, their positions can be changed freely for enhanced operational ease. (→ See page 25 for the
operating procedure.)
Projector screen
Computer screen
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Q&A (Continued)
Q8
What should I do when [Display Switchover] → [Secondary] on the launcher menu is displayed in
gray and cannot be selected?
The Secondary Display Transmission Function cannot be used if Wireless Manager ME 5.5 is being used
under the [Installation Free Set up] setting.
Q9
Will there be any problems if the Live mode is terminated at any time while an application is being
displayed using the Secondary Display Transmission Function?
The application displayed on the projector screen would automatically be moved to the computer screen.
Q10
If I quit an application while it is displayed only on the projector screen, where will the window
appear when I restart the application?
If the Secondary Display Transmission Function is used, the window would appear at its original position
on the projector screen.
If the Secondary Display Transmission Function is not used, the window would normally appear on the
computer screen. Some applications, however, may retain the positions when they were closed on the
projector screen, and in its case, the window will not appear on the computer screen. Use the Secondary
Display Transmission Function to move the window from the projector screen to the computer screen.
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Request Regarding Security
When using this product, the following security issues are foreseen.
•Leakage of your private information via this product
•Illegal operation of this product by a malicious third-party
•Harm to or cessation of operation of this product by a malicious third-party
Please take adequate security measures.
•Make sure the password is as hard to guess as possible.
•Change the password periodically.
•Panasonic Corporation and its affiliated companies never directly ask customers for their password.
Do not give out your password even if directly asked by a third-party representing themselves as Panasonic
Corporation.
•Use this product in a network where security is ensured by a firewall, etc.
•Set the password to limit users who can log in.
Precautions for Security when Using a Wireless LAN Product
With a wireless LAN, information is exchanged between a PC, etc. and a wireless access point using radio
waves in lieu of using a LAN cable. The advantage of a wireless connection is that it is possible to freely connect
to the LAN as long as you are within the radio transmission range.
On the other hand, because the radio waves can travel through obstacles (such as walls) and are available
everywhere within a given range, problems of the type listed below may occur if security-related settings are not
made.
•Surreptitious monitoring of transmitted data
A malicious third-party may intentionally intercept and monitor transmitted data including the content of
e-mail and personal information such as your ID, password, and/or credit card numbers.
•Illegal system entry
A malicious third-party may access your personal or corporate network without authorization and engage in
the following type of behavior.
•Retrieve personal and/or secret information (information leak)
•Spread false information by impersonating a particular person (spoofing)
•Overwrite intercepted communications and issue false data (tampering)
•Spread harmful software such as a computer virus and crash your data and/or system (system crash)
Since most wireless LAN cards and wireless access points are equipped with security features to take care of
these problems, you can reduce the possibility of these problems occurring when using this product by making
the appropriate security settings for the wireless LAN product.
Some wireless LAN devices may not be set for security immediately after purchase. To decrease the possibility
of occurrence of security problems, before using any wireless LAN devices, be absolutely sure to make all
security-related settings according to the instructions given in the operation manuals supplied with them.
Depending on the specifications of the wireless LAN, a malicious third-party may be able to break security
settings by special means.
If you cannot deal with security settings when using this product with a wireless LAN, please contact “Panasonic
Projector Support Center.”
We recommend that you fully understand the potential problems when using this product with inadequate
security and take the necessary measures. Implementation and responsibility for security is at the discretion of
the user of this product.
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