Epson 3 User`s guide

Easy Interactive Tools Ver.3.0 Operation
Guide
Easy Interactive Tools Ver.3.0 Operation Guide
Easy Interactive Tools Summary
Features
Easy Interactive Tools is an application that allows you to draw on
projected images.
By using the interactive pen supplied with the projector, the following
drawing functions become available. You can also use your finger to draw
on the projected image if your projector supports touch operations.
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Drawing on a plain background (Whiteboard mode)
Whiteboard mode allows you to add text or images to a solid color
background. You can also select different backgrounds such as grid lines or
music sheet. Lined backgrounds could be useful for writing minutes or
documents during a meeting.
Drawing on the projected image (Annotation mode)
Annotation mode allows you to add points and notes to the projected
image. By using illustrations, images, and graphics, you can enhance
classroom lessons and create more appealing presentations.
s "Drawing in Whiteboard mode" p.11
Useful functions
• Operate the computer's mouse
s "Operating a mouse from the projected image (mouse operations)"
p.10
s "Drawing in Annotation mode" p.9
• Control devices connected to a computer, such as a projector or
document camera, from the projected image
s "Tool Panel Functions" p.15
s "Camera Screen" p.17
• Edit content drawn on the projected screen
s "Adjusting and Editing Shapes and Images" p.23
Easy Interactive Tools Summary
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• Save the content you created as a PowerPoint slide
s "Slideshow Drawing Tool" p.24
• Use for teleconferencing
When you connect the projector to a computer over a network using
EasyMP Network Projection or EasyMP Multi PC Projection, you can
share the projected screen with a remote location.
When used with Easy Interactive Tools, you can share annotations and
drawings made on the projected screen with multiple locations.
(Interactive pen and touch operations are only supported by EasyMP
Network Projection.)
For more information about EasyMP Network Projection and EasyMP
Multi PC Projection, visit http://www.epson.com.
System Requirements
Windows 8.1 32-/64-bit
Windows 8.1 Pro 32-/64-bit
Windows 8.1 Enterprise 32-/64bit
CPU
Intel Pentium M 1.6 GHz or faster
Recommended: Intel Core2 Duo 1.2 GHz or faster
Amount of Mem‐
ory
512 MB or more
Recommended: 1 GB or more
Hard Disk
Space
100 MB or more
Display
Resolutions no lower than XGA (1024 x 768) and no
higher than WUXGA (1920 x 1200)
Display color of 16-bit color or more
*
Windows
OS
Windows 8.1
Service Pack 2 or later
OS X
Windows XP*
Professional 32-bit
Home Edition 32-bit
Tablet PC Edition 32-bit
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Windows 8
OS *
Ultimate 32-bit
Enterprise 32-bit
Business 32-bit
Home Premium 32-bit
Home Basic 32-bit
Mac OS X 10.5.x
Mac OS X 10.6.x
OS X 10.7.x
OS X 10.8.x
OS X 10.9.x
CPU
Power PC G4 1.5 GHz or faster
Recommended: Intel Core Duo 1.5 GHz or faster
Ultimate 32-/64-bit
Enterprise 32-/64-bit
Professional 32-/64-bit
Home Premium 32-/64-bit
Home Basic 32-bit
Amount of Mem‐
ory
512 MB or more
Recommended: 1 GB or more
Hard Disk
Space
100 MB or more
Display
Resolutions no lower than XGA (1024 x 768) and no
higher than WUXGA (1920 x 1200)
Display color of 16-bit color or more
Windows 8 32-/64-bit
Windows 8 Pro 32-/64-bit
Windows 8 Enterprise 32-/64-bit
*
QuickTime 7.7 or later is required.
Install Easy Interactive Tools
a
Installing
a
Uninstalling
Windows XP
Turn on your computer.
Insert the EPSON Projector Software for Easy Interactive Function
CD-ROM into your computer.
The installer starts automatically. If the installer does not start
automatically, double-click the EIN_TTWInst.exe file in the CDROM drive.
c
Follow the on-screen instructions to install.
OS X
a
b
c
d
See the following website for the latest Easy Interactive Tools version,
as well as information on supported projectors. http://www.epson.com
• Install the software as a user with administrator authority.
• Close all running applications and then start the installation.
Windows
a
b
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Turn on your computer.
Insert the EPSON Projector Software for Easy Interactive Function
CD-ROM into your computer.
Double-click the Install Navi icon in the EPSON window.
Follow the on-screen instructions to install.
a
You need to install Easy Interactive Driver for OS X. Select
Easy Install and install Easy Interactive Driver.
s Projector's User's Guide
When using EB-465i/EB-460i/EB-455Wi/EB-450Wi/BrightLink
455Wi/BrightLink 450Wi, use Easy Interactive Driver Ver.
1.XX.
a
b
c
Click Start, and then Control Panel.
Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
Select Easy Interactive Tools Ver.X.XX, and then click Remove.
Windows Vista/Windows 7
a
b
c
Click Start, and then Control Panel.
Click Uninstall a program.
Select Easy Interactive Tools Ver.X.XX, and then click
Uninstall.
Windows 8/Windows 8.1
a
b
c
Select Search on the Charms, and then search for Easy
Interactive Tools Ver.X.XX.
Right-click (press and hold) Easy Interactive Tools Ver.X.XX, and
then select Uninstall from the app bar.
Select Easy Interactive Tools Ver.X.XX, and then select
Uninstall.
Install Easy Interactive Tools
OS X
a
b
c
Double-click Applications - Easy Interactive Tools Ver.X.XX.
Run Easy Interactive Tools Uninstaller from the Tools folder.
Follow the on-screen instructions to uninstall.
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Basic Operation
Starting Easy Interactive Tools
Make the following preparations before starting Easy Interactive Tools.
a
The projector's setting method and items varies depending on the
model being used. Also, models that do not support network
connection cannot be connected to over a network. For more details,
see the projector's User's Guide.
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• Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7: Select Start - Programs
(or All Programs) - EPSON Projector - Easy Interactive Tools
Ver.X.XX.
• Windows 8/Windows 8.1: On the Start screen or the App screen,
click (tap) Easy Interactive Tools Ver.X.XX.
• OS X: From the Applications folder, double-click Easy Interactive
Tools Ver.X.XX.
Easy Interactive Tools starts, and the Home screen is displayed.
When connecting a computer to the projector with a USB cable
• Connect the USB cable to the computer's USB port and the projector's
USB-B port.
• Set the Extended settings from the projector's Configuration menu.
When connecting a computer to the projector over a network
• Make network settings so that the computer can connect to the
network.
• Connect a wireless LAN unit or a LAN cable so that the projector can
connect to the network.
• Set the Network settings from the projector's Configuration menu.
• Install EasyMP Network Projection or EasyMP Multi PC Projection
from the EPSON Projector Software CD-ROM supplied with the
projector.
• If you are connecting using EasyMP Network Projection, open the Set
options screen, select the General settings tab, and then select Use
Interactive Pen and Use Easy Interactive Tools.
• If you are connecting using EasyMP Multi PC Projection, open the Set
options screen, select the General settings tab, and then select Use Easy
Interactive Tools.
a
b
Turn on the projector and project images from the computer.
Start Easy Interactive Tools on the computer.
a
If you start Easy Interactive Tools while playing a movie, the movie
playback screen may turn black. Restart the application software that is
playing the movie.
Basic Operation
Operating the Interactive Pen
You can use the interactive pen supplied with the projector to operate the
Easy Interactive Tools.
The functions and shape of the interactive pen differ depending on the
model with which it was supplied. For more details, see the projector's
User's Guide.
Check that there is a battery in the interactive pen, and then turn it on.
Press the pen tip button to the screen to
select an icon.
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a
• You can use two interactive pens at the same time. However, you
can only use one in the following situations:
- While connected to a network
- When using EB-465i/EB-460i/EB-455Wi/EB-450Wi/BrightLink
455Wi/BrightLink 450Wi
• You can operate Easy Interactive Tools with up to six devices at the
same time, such as a mouse connected to a computer. For OS X,
you can operate with up to three devices.
• The following operations can only be performed by one device:
- Operations on the Home screen, Settings screen, Camera screen,
Insert image screen, and Select background screen
- Adjusting and editing shapes and images
- Using menus
- Entering text
- Operations on a window displayed in Whiteboard mode
Press and move the pen on the screen to
draw.
Attention
Do not hold the nib section (a) of the interactive pen, or allow it to be
cracked or dirty. Otherwise, the interactive pen may fail to operate.
Touch Operations
On projectors that support touch operation, you can use your finger to
perform the same functions as the interactive pen.
Basic Operation
When performing touch operations, you can also use two fingers for multitouch operations such as enlarging or reducing the image. The projector
recognizes up to six multi-touch points. When a group of people are
performing touch operations, all members must use the same drawing
tool.
Drawing
Select a function from the Command Bar and the Drawing Toolbar.
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Two drawing modes
Easy Interactive Tools provides two drawing modes. When you change the
mode, the screen changes as shown below.
Annotation mode
Allows you to draw on the image currently
displayed on the computer. This is useful
when you need to emphasize certain
points or add notes.
You can also draw on images from a
document camera.
Whiteboard mode
Allows you to display and draw on a plain
screen. You can treat the drawing area as a
page, and create multiple pages to draw
on.
You can also save your drawings as a file
and open them again later.
Drawing in Annotation mode
A
B
Command Bar
Allows you to change mode, save files, control connected devices, and make a
variety of settings.
Drawing Toolbar
Allows you to select the thickness and color of the pen lines, and select graphics
or text for the drawing area.
This section explains how to draw on images from a computer's screen or
document camera in Annotation mode.
a
Select Desktop annotation on the Home screen or [
] from
the Command Bar.
Annotation mode starts and the computer's screen is displayed.
Basic Operation
a
10
To draw on images from a document camera, select Camera on
] from the Command Bar. The
the Home screen, or [
image from the document camera is displayed on the Camera
screen.
s "Camera Screen" p.17
b
c
Select [
To save the content of your drawing, select [
] from the
Command Bar.
You can save the displayed screen in JPG, BMP, PNG, PDF, or EIT
format.
You can set the save location, file name, and the file format on the
Save Settings tab on the Settings screen.
s "Save Settings tab" p.20
] on the Drawing Toolbar.
a
Draw on the projected image.
a
e
If you open an EIT file on another computer that has a
different display resolution, some parts of the drawings may not
be displayed.
To change the color and thickness of the pen lines, select
[
] next to [
] to display the pen palette.
Operating a mouse from the projected image (mouse operations)
Once you have selected the color and thickness, select [
] to
When you select [
close the pen palette.
] from the Drawing Toolbar in Annotation mode,
you can operate the computer from the projected image (mouse
operations).
d
To erase drawings, select [
] or [
] from the Drawing
Toolbar.
• When you select [
]: You can use the interactive pen as an
eraser.
• When you select [
]: All of the current drawings are erased.
When mouse operations is activated, you can use the interactive pen to
perform operations such as click, right-click, and drag & drop.
• Click: Press and remove the pen tip from the projected image.
• Right-click: Press the right button on the interactive pen, or hold the
pen tip to the projected image for a few seconds and then remove the
pen tip from the image.
• Drag & drop: Press the pen tip to the icon or object that you want to
move, drag the pen tip to where you want to move the object, and then
remove the pen tip from the projected image.
a
• You cannot use the drawing functions when performing mouse
operations.
• To use the drawing functions, select [
] again.
Basic Operation
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Drawing in Whiteboard mode
• When you select [
]: All of the current drawings are erased.
This section explains how to draw on a plain page in Whiteboard mode.
In Whiteboard mode, you can add pages from the Command Bar, as well as
display the page list screen where you can perform page operations.
e
From the Command Bar you can add/delete, duplicate, or move
pages.
Displays thumbnail images of the available pages.
a
Bar.
• Select a thumbnail image: Changes the displayed page.
• Drag & drop a thumbnail image: Changes the display order.
Whiteboard mode starts, and a new page is displayed.
Adds and displays a new page.
Select New on the Home screen or [
a
] from the Command
Duplicates the page currently displayed.
To open a previously saved file, select Open on the Home
screen or [
] from the Command Bar.
Deletes the page currently displayed.
Moves the page currently displayed up by one position.
b
c
Select [
] on the Drawing Toolbar.
Moves the page currently displayed down by one position.
Draw on the page.
a
To change the color and thickness of the pen lines, select
[
] next to [
] to display the pen palette.
Once you have selected the color and thickness, select [
] to
f
To save the content of your drawing, select [
] from the
Command Bar.
When you use full display in Whiteboard mode, use [
] to select
Save or Save As.
close the pen palette.
Saves all pages with drawings in JPG, BMP, PNG, PDF, or EIT
format.
d
To erase drawings, select [
] or [
] from the Drawing
Toolbar.
• When you select [
]: You can use the interactive pen as an
If you want to edit a file again in the future, select EIT format.
a
If you open an EIT file on another computer that has a
different display resolution, some parts of the drawings may not
be displayed.
eraser.
Save Format
Save Unit
Basic Operation
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JPG/BMP/PNG
Saves all pages by treating one page as one
file.
PDF/EIT
Saves all pages in one file.
• Windows: Click [
] on the task tray, and then click Exit from the
popup menu.
You can set the save location, file name, and the file format on the
Save Settings tab on the Settings screen.
s "Save Settings tab" p.20
• OS X: Control-click [
Changing between full display and window display
When you select [
]/[
popup menu.
] from the Command Bar in Whiteboard
mode, you can change the drawing screen between full display and window
display.
Full display
a
Window display
• During window display, you can only use one interactive pen.
• During window display, operations outside the window become
computer mouse operations.
Exiting Easy Interactive Tools
You can exit Easy Interactive Tools using one of the following methods.
• Click [
] from the Command Bar.
] in the Dock, and then click Quit from the
Home Screen Functions
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You can perform the following functions on the Home screen.
G
A
B
C
D
Desktop annotation
Annotation mode starts and the computer's screen is displayed.
New
Whiteboard mode starts and a new file is displayed.
Open
Whiteboard mode starts and you can open a file saved previously. You can
select EIT files, or .avi files for Windows or .mov files for OS X.
Recent Files
Whiteboard mode starts and the most recently saved file is opened. You can
select EIT files, or .avi files for Windows or .mov files for OS X.
E
Camera
Annotation mode starts and the image from the document camera is
projected.
F
Web Browser
Annotation mode starts and the computer's Web browser starts.
Other Applications
You can register up to six shortcuts for frequently used applications.
You can register an application by simply dragging & dropping the shortcut
icon into an empty frame. To remove a registered application, drag & drop the
icon off the Home screen.
When EasyMP Network Projection or EasyMP Multi PC Projection are
installed on the computer, these applications are registered automatically.
These applications cannot be removed.
Command Bar Functions
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You can perform the following functions from the Command Bar.
D
Page down
During Annotation mode: Scrolls down in the selected document.
During Whiteboard mode: Moves the page currently displayed
down by one position.
E
Other tools
Displays the tool panel.
s "Tool Panel Functions" p.15
Camera
Displays the image from a document camera connected to the
computer. See the following for more information on using the
Camera screen.
s "Camera Screen" p.17
* This function supports the Epson document camera. For a list of
supported document cameras, contact the nearest address provided
in the Epson Projector Contact List in your projector's User's Guide.
Whiteboard mode
Starts Whiteboard mode.
Annotation mode
F
Whiteboard mode
A
B
Home Screen
Displays the Home screen.
Save
Saves the displayed screen in JPEG, BMP, PNG, PDF, or EIT format.
All pages are saved in Whiteboard mode. If you save in PDF or EIT
format, all pages are saved as one file.
When you use full display in Whiteboard mode, use [
] to select
Save or Save As.
You can change the save location from the Save Settings tab on the
Settings screen. If you want to edit a drawing again in the future, save
it in EIT format.
s "Save Settings tab" p.20
a
C
If you open an EIT file on another computer that
has a different display resolution, some parts of the
drawings may not be displayed.
Page up
During Annotation mode: Scrolls up in the selected document.
During Whiteboard mode: Moves the page currently displayed up
by one position.
G
H
I
a
Annotation mode
Starts Annotation mode.
Exit
Quits Easy Interactive Tools.
You can change the size of the Command Bar by clicking [
] in
Annotation mode.
The following functions are only available in Whiteboard mode.
J
K
New
Creates a new file.
Open
Opens previously saved EIT files, or .avi files for Windows or .mov
files for OS X.
Command Bar Functions
L
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Page list
Displays the page list screen.
When the interactive pen leaves the page list, the list is automatically
minimized to the right or left of the screen. The page list is displayed
again when the interactive pen moves to the minimized area.
If you select [
], it changes to [
Annotation mode
Whiteboard mode
], and the page list is locked
in place.
Select [
M
N
O
P
] to close the page list.
New page
Adds a new page after the page currently displayed.
Copy page
Duplicates the page currently displayed and adds it after the current
page.
Delete page
Deletes the page currently displayed.
Window Display
Switches the drawing screen between full display and window
display.
A
B
C
Tool Panel Functions
The following panel is displayed when you select [
Enlarge Area
Displays an enlarged view of the image. Drag the cursor to select the
area you want to enlarge.
Print
Prints the screen currently displayed. All pages are printed when you
use Whiteboard mode. You can also select the pages you want to
print on the print settings screen.
Capture
Captures the currently displayed screen and copies it to the
clipboard. The clipboard holds only one item at a time.
a
] from the
Command Bar.
When displaying a window in Whiteboard mode,
any notes drawn outside the window frame are not
copied.
D
Right click
(This is only available during mouse operations in Annotation
mode.)
A pen click functions as a right-click only once, and then returns to a
normal click.
E
Help
Command Bar Functions
F
G
(This is only available during mouse operations in Annotation
mode.)
Displays the Help.
Settings
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H
Opens the Settings screen.
s "Settings Screen" p.18
Input Panel
Displays a virtual keyboard on the screen. You can enter characters
and control the computer from the virtual keyboard by selecting the
keys.
Projector control
Select the following buttons to control the projector.
When controlling a projector that is connected to a computer over a
network, set the network information for the projector on the
Projector Settings tab on the Settings screen.
s "Projector Settings tab" p.21
•[
]: Changes to the images from the device connec‐
ted to the computer port.
•[
]: Changes to the images from the device connec‐
ted to the video port.
•[
]: Changes to the images from the device connec‐
ted over a network.
•[
]: Changes to the images from the device connec‐
ted to the USB-A port.
•[
]: Changes to the images from the computer con‐
nected to the USB-B port.
•[
]: Pauses or plays the image being projected.
•[
]: Temporarily turns off/on the images and audio
being projected.
•[
]: Increases the volume output from the projector.
•[
]: Decreases the volume output from the projec‐
tor.
I
Shade
Covers the projected image with a shade. You can drag the four sides
to change the shaded area.
Click [
J
Spotlight
] to exit shade.
Command Bar Functions
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Emphasizes part of the projected image using a spotlight effect. You
can drag the spotlight frame to change the emphasized area.
Click [
] to exit spotlight.
You can change the shape of the spotlight from the General Settings
tab on the Settings screen.
The following functions are only available in Whiteboard mode.
K
Select background
Allows you to select a background from the nine patterns provided.
You can also select to show a still image of your current desktop, an
image file, or an image from the document camera as the
background image.
L
Paste
Pastes data from the clipboard to the currently displayed page.
Insert image
Select the image you want to insert into the currently displayed page.
You can select a file in JPG, BMP, or PNG format.
M
Camera Screen
The Camera screen is displayed when you select [
Bar.
] from the Command
The Camera screen allows you to display images from a document camera
connected to the computer. You can make adjustments such as changing
the size and brightness of the image, and then save as an image or movie
file.
A Select camera
Displays a list of the document cameras connected to the computer. Select the
document camera you want to use to project images in the Camera screen.
B Record
•[
]: Records the image from the document camera. The recor‐
ded image is saved in .avi format for Windows and .mov format
for OS X.
•[
]: Stops recording.
You can set the save location for the recorded image on the Camera Recording
Settings tab on the Settings screen.
s "Camera Recording Settings tab" p.20
* Audio is not recorded.
C Picture Quality
Command Bar Functions
•[
]: Adjusts the brightness of the image. Move the slider to
the right to increase the brightness, and to the left to decrease
the brightness.
•[
]: Adjusts the contrast of the image. Move the slider to the
right to increase the contrast, and to the left to decrease the con‐
trast.
• Reset: Restores the brightness and contrast settings to their de‐
fault settings.
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General Settings tab
* This is not available if the connected document camera does not have a
brightness/contrast adjustment function.
D Larger/Smaller
•[
]: Enlarges the image.
•[
]: Reduces the image.
E View full screen
Switches the Camera screen between full screen display and window display.
F Use current image
Imports the document camera image as a graphics file. The image is imported to
the Whiteboard mode page.
G Settings
Opens the Camera Recording Settings tab on the Settings screen.
Toolbar sizes
Sets the size of the toolbar to Small or Normal.
Page list display position
Sets the position where the page list is displayed in
Whiteboard mode.
Spotlight shape
Sets the shape of the spotlight to a circle or square.
Slideshow Drawing Tool
Select to use the dedicated Slideshow drawing toolbar
when projecting PowerPoint slides.
s "Slideshow Drawing Tool" p.24
Position of Whiteboard
Command Bar
Set the Command Bar display position.
Settings Screen
Select [
]-[
] from the Command Bar to display the Settings screen.
Command Bar Functions
Right Click Settings
Set the operation performed when you right-click in the
drawing area.
• Open Drawing Toolbar: Displays the Drawing Toolbar
at the position you right-clicked.
• Change to Mouse Mode: Changes from the drawing
function to the mouse operation function (during
Annotation mode only).
• Change Between Pen and Eraser: Changes between the
drawing function and the eraser function.
• Off: No operations are performed even if you right-click.
Color palette
Select Palette 2 to allow easy viewing for people with partial
color blindness. Try Palette 2 if it is difficult to view colors
using the default setting.
Overlay will be invalid
(For Windows XP only)
Select to save movie content as it looks after adding
annotations or drawings to the movie.
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Language Settings tab (Windows only)
Change language
Sets the display language for Easy Interactive Tools. This
setting takes effect after restarting Easy Interactive Tools.
Command Bar Functions
Save Settings tab
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File name
Sets the file name when saving the files. You can enter up to
32 characters. (The following symbols cannot be used:
\/:*?”<>|)
A number and extension are added at the end of the file
name when saving the file.
Example: AAA0001.jpg
File type
Sets the file format when saving the files.
Camera Recording Settings tab
Check when saving
Select to display the screen where you can set the save
location, file name, and file format when saving images.
Save location folder
Sets the folder where you want to save the screen.
The following are the default folders for saving screens.
Windows XP
<startup_drive>:\Documents and Settings\<user_name>
\My Documents\Easy Interactive Tools
Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
<startup_drive>:\users\<user_name>\Documents\Easy
Interactive Tools
OS X
<startup_drive>:\Users\<user_name>\Documents\Easy
Interactive Tools
Check when saving
Select to display the screen where you can set the save
location and file name when saving movies.
Command Bar Functions
Save location folder
Sets the folder where you want to save the movie.
The following are the default folders for saving movies.
Windows XP
<startup_drive>:\Documents and Settings\<user_name>
\My Documents\Easy Interactive Tools
Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
<startup_drive>:\users\<user_name>\Documents\Easy
Interactive Tools
OS X
<startup_drive>:\Users\<user_name>\Documents\Easy
Interactive Tools
File name
Sets the file name when saving the files. You can enter up to
32 characters. (The following symbols cannot be used:
\/:*?”<>|)
A number and extension are added at the end of the file
name when saving the file.
Example: AAA0001.avi
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Projector Settings tab
Projector name
Displays the target projector name (displays only)
IP address
Enter the IP address of the projector to be controlled by
Easy Interactive Tools from the projectors connected to the
network.
Click the Check Connection button to connect to the
specified projector.
Monitor Password
Enter the Monitor Password set for the projector. You can
enter up to 16 single-byte alphanumeric characters. If the
password is wrong, you cannot connect to the projector.
Drawing Toolbar Functions
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You can select the following functions from the Drawing Toolbar.
Annotation mode
C
Whiteboard mode
D
E
Shapes
Select the shape you want from the shapes provided. You can also select
the color and line width of the shape.
Select
Select the drawn content or inserted image, and then perform
operations such as moving the item or adjusting the size.
Pen
Switches to a pen to draw freely. Click [
F
change the color and width of the pen line.
Highlighter pen
Switches to a highlighter pen that can draw translucent lines. Click
[
G
H
I
A
B
Mouse
(This is only available during Annotation mode.)
Switches from drawing operations to mouse operations, and the cursor
on the computer screen becomes a normal mouse cursor. You can click
and drag on the projected image using the interactive pen.
Click this icon again to return to drawing operations.
Undo
Undo the previous operation.
] on the left of the icon to
] on the left of the icon to change the color and width of the
highlighter pen line.
Black pen
Switches to a black pen to draw freely. Click on the right of the icon to
draw thick lines, and click on the left of the icon to draw fine lines.
Red pen
Switches to a red pen to draw freely. Click on the right of the icon to draw
thick lines, and click on the left of the icon to draw fine lines.
Blue pen
Switches to a blue pen to draw freely. Click on the right of the icon to
draw thick lines, and click on the left of the icon to draw fine lines.
J
Eraser
Switches to an eraser. Click on the right of the icon to erase wider areas,
and click on the left of the icon to erase narrower areas.
K
Clear screen
Clears everything drawn on the displayed page.
L
Always show toolbars
(This is unavailable on a window displayed in Whiteboard mode.)
The Drawing Toolbar is always displayed.
Drawing Toolbar Functions
M
Close
(This is unavailable on a window displayed in Whiteboard mode.)
Closes the Drawing Toolbar. The Command Bar is also closed during
Annotation mode.
You can display the Drawing Toolbar again by selecting the Drawing
Toolbar tab [
] on the right or left side of the screen.
N
Add Text
Changes to text entry. Select the drawing area to display the text box.
O
Redo
Cancels an undo operation and restores the previous status.
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• Rotate
the points.
When rotating an object with your fingers, select the object, and then
touch two of the points on the object. Move your fingers in the direction
you want to rotate to the object.
Adjusting and Editing Shapes and Images
a
You can adjust and edit figures, lines, and inserted images.
• Larger, Smaller
Select [
] on the Drawing Toolbar, select the object, and then drag the
points to enlarge or reduce.
When enlarging or reducing an object with your fingers, select the object,
and then touch two of the points on the object. When enlarging, move
your fingers apart to separate the two points. When reducing, move your
fingers closer together.
] on the Drawing Toolbar, select the object, and then rotate
Select [
When selecting a figure drawn with lines, make sure you select the
solid line.
You can perform the following operations from the sub menu by selecting
[
] on the Drawing Toolbar, selecting the object, and then selecting
[
].
Duplicate
Creates an object identical to the selected object, and
places it at the lower right of the original object. You can
select multiple objects.
Copy
Copies the selected object to the clipboard. You can select
multiple objects.
Paste
Pastes the copied object.
Edit
Edits the selected text.
Group
Groups multiple objects together to create one object.
Ungroup
Undoes the grouping performed using the Group
function.
Drawing Toolbar Functions
Bring to Front
Send to Back
Bring Forward
Send Backward
Changes the overlapping order for the selected object. You
can select multiple objects.
Delete
Deletes the selected object. You can select multiple
objects.
a
Shortcut operations, such as pressing the [ctrl] + [A] key on the
computer's keyboard, are not supported.
Slideshow Drawing Tool
When a PowerPoint slideshow is started, the Drawing Toolbar changes as
shown below allowing you to use PowerPoint drawing tools.
Windows
OS X
When using Windows, you can save a PowerPoint slide with drawn
content.
When using OS X, you can only draw.
a
• Make sure you start Easy Interactive Tools before starting a
PowerPoint slideshow.
• You can make settings to choose whether or not to use the
PowerPoint drawing tool on the General Settings tab.
s "General Settings tab" p.18
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The following PowerPoint versions are supported.
Windows
Microsoft PowerPoint 2003/2007/2010/2013
OS X
Microsoft PowerPoint 2008/2011
Troubleshooting
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Problem
Characters become garbled after changing the language.
Solution
Characters become garbled if fonts for the language you are using are not available on your operating system.
Select Restore defaults on the Settings screen to restore the default settings.
s "Settings Screen" p.18
The movie display area shows a black box after saving a screen that Change the video accelerator settings manually.
contains a movie.
(1) Select Start - Control Panel - Display - Settings, and then click the Advanced button.
(Windows XP only)
(2) Select Troubleshoot.
(3) Move the Hardware acceleration to the position second from the left.
Lines drawn on Media Player images flicker.
When
changing the settings, the playback screens for some DVDs/BluRays may not be displayed. Also, changing the
Highlight lines drawn on Media Player images, do not become
settings
may affect other applications.
transparent.
After closing Easy Interactive Tools, return the video accelerator settings to their previous state.
(Windows XP only)
One person cannot operate their pen when two people are using
interactive pens.
During the following operations, only one person can use the interactive pen.
• When window display is being used during mouse operations or Whiteboard mode
• While performing operations on the Home screen, Settings screen, Camera screen, Insert image screen, and Select
background screen
• While adjusting and editing shapes and images
• While using menus
• While entering text
Cannot draw on the Keynote slide presentation.
You cannot draw on the Keynote slides in OS X.
Cannot display images correctly in Enlarge Area.
The following restrictions apply.
• Applications that use the Microsoft DirectX function may not display correctly when using Enlarge Area. (Windows
Vista only)
• DVD player images cannot be displayed correctly in Enlarge Area. (OS X 10.7.x only)
Cannot save or print images from Media Player.
The following restrictions apply.
• Applications that use the Microsoft DirectX function may not be able to save or print images correctly.
• DVD player images cannot be saved or printed correctly. (OS X 10.7.x only)
Cannot open some of the drawings in the EIT file.
• If you open the EIT file on another computer that has a different display resolution, parts of the drawings may not be
displayed. Open the EIT file on a computer that has the same display resolution.
• The EIT file may have been corrupted. Create the drawings again.
Cannot playback recorded movies correctly.
• Use Windows Media Player to play movies recorded on Windows operating systems.
• Use QuickTime Player 7.7 or later to play movies recorded on OS X operating systems.
* Audio is not recorded.
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