Annotate Shared Content

Document created by Cisco Documentation Team on Jul 6, 2017Last modified by Cisco Documentation Team on Jul 26, 2017
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Allow Participants to Annotate Shared Content

Hosts can allow participants to annotate shared content.

On the Participant menu, select Assign Privileges.




Tip


In WebEx Meeting Center, hosts can allow participants to annotate content when they schedule the meeting. Just use the Advanced Scheduler.

Show or Hide the Annotation Tool

To show the Annotation tool when you're sharing content, on the Controls panel at the top of the screen, select Annotate.



To hide the Annotation tool, select Annotate again.

Write or Draw on Shared Content

The Annotation tool offers the following options for annotating content.

Tool

Description

Allow a specific participant to annotate by pressing the Right Arrow key and then selecting the participant's name.

Draw attention to specific a point on the screen by using a pointer. The arrow pointer includes your name .

Press the Right Arrow key to select the laser pointer.



Add text to shared content.

Change the text color by selecting first.

Draw straight lines to underline content or draw attention to it. Drag your mouse to draw a line.

Press the Right Arrow key to draw an arrow.



Change the line color by selecting first.

Draw a square.

Press the Right Arrow key to draw an oval, check mark, or x mark.



Change the color by selecting first.

Draw freehand using the pen.

Press the Right Arrow key to draw with a pencil.



Change the ink or lead color by clicking first.

Change the color of text, lines, shapes, and the pen or pencil tool.

Press the Right Arrow key to select a color.



Erase an annotation by selecting the eraser and then selecting the annotation.

Restore the annotation that you last erased.

Save your annotations.

Control the desktop with the mouse pointer.

Move Annotations

When lots of people are annotating shared content, the annotations might overlap, making them difficult to see.

Microsoft Windows users who are sharing their desktop or an application can move annotations around.

To move an annotation, hover over it until the cursor changes to the move cursor, then drag the annotation to its new location.


Tip


If you're a presenter, you can move anyone's annotation. If you're a participant, you can move your own annotations.





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