Hello! I have a few questions:
Is there a way to paste an image onto the current slide of a presentation I'm delivering in the Training Center?
I ask participants to point to something on the current presentation slide that is incorrect.
I then want to paste a "good eye!" image on the same slide.
Currently, I only seem to be able to use the option to paste the image as a new whiteboard page.
When pasting an image on a whiteboard, how to I paste it to the first page of the WB (currently it always pastes starting on page 2 of the WB)?
How to I paste an additional image on an existing whiteboard? Currently, it only allows me to the second image onto a new WB page.
Thank you, and have a great day!
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The whiteboards in TC won't do exactly what you're trying to do, but here are a few ideas:
I hope this gives you some options to play around with. Others on this site may have more ideas.
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Great suggestions, Susan!
Christine, on #1, you can also do application share, in which case you can just paste an image since you will be working with the powerpoint application itself. Not sure if you want to do that, but that is another workaround.
Shimathu, the application sharing suggestion is a good one.
What I ended up doing to generate "correct" or "incorrect" on screen replies is as follows:
The animation worked in testing, but did not work when delivering the training (my arrow turned black when I pointed it to the hidden animation). I'm wondering if it had anything to do with me training from home.
Probably not. It was more likely that the problem was the conversion to UCF when you loaded the ppt into WebEx. Because WebEx converts your slide to a proprietary format you have to be extra careful with any kind of advance functionality in your deck.
You might try the annotation tools, there are check mark and X mark stamps under the shape tool. Certainly not as slick a nice a piece of clip art, but they might fil the gap. The check or x will be your current annotation color.
BTW - For the white board to function they way you describe it would need to be object oriented (manipulate objects after they are placed). The community has been asking for this for a very long time.