SMART Notebook 10 for Windows Operating Systems
You can write notes and draw in digital ink on your interactive screen.
Pick up a pen tray pen.
Write or draw on the interactive whiteboard.
TIP: Don't rest your elbow or the palm of your hand on the screen while you're writing.
For the left side of the screen, pick up the black or red pen tray pen.
For the right side of the screen, pick up the blue or green pen tray pen.
Write or draw on your half of the interactive screen.
When you finish writing and drawing, return the pen to the pen tray.
Press a Digital Ink pen tool button.
Write or draw on the screen using the tethered pen.
Pick up the supplied pencil.
Write or draw on the screen.
Press and hold the pen's lower rocker switch.
Write or draw on the slate using the pen.
If a program is Ink Aware (that is, it's integrated with SMART Notebook), whatever you write or draw on the interactive product becomes a component of the program file. Ink Aware software products include Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint software.
NOTE: You can view a list of Ink Aware programs in the SMART Notebook control panel.
You can insert your notes into the program as text and insert your drawings as images using the program's toolbar options.
After you finish writing and drawing, you can save your notes.
If a program is non-Aware, whatever you write or draw on the interactive product appears on a transparent layer (sometimes referred to as an ink layer) over the current program.
To insert your notes into the program as text, right-click and select one of the Inject ... Here options in the menu that appears.
After you finish writing and drawing, you can save or clear your notes from the interactive screen. If you mistakenly clear your notes, you can restore them.
NOTE: You can customize the behavior of the transparent layer.
You can close the transparent layer at any time.