SMART Notebook 10 for Windows Operating Systems
Consider the following before you present a .notebook file.
Save your completed file on a disk or USB storage device. This enables you to access and display your presentation by inserting the disk, CD or USB storage device into the computer connected to the interactive whiteboard. Alternatively, make your presentation accessible on your local area network, and then browse to it on the interactive whiteboard.
To avoid losing your momentum and focus during the presentation, attach the files, shortcuts, and links to Web pages that you'll use during your presentation to the Attachments tab of your file so you don't have to search for them.
If your file contains a large number of pages, separate the pages into groups. This enables you to find a particular page more easily during a presentation.
Add a Screen Shade to a page. During the presentation, gradually remove the shade to reveal the underlying text and graphics when you’re ready to discuss them. You can also add a Screen Shade that covers programs other than SMART Notebook.
Display the file in Full Screen view during the presentation. This view maximizes the available workspace.
Control the playback of an Adobe Flash object during the presentation.