ZoomIt 4.1 For Presentation Skills Training

Microsoft Zoomit is a nifty little tool screen zoom and record for presentations. It's free, portable and compatible with all versions of Windows XP to be added to Server 2003 and earlier. He sits in the system tray until activated with customizable hotkeys. You can use the capture of portions of the screen, move the enlarged, and even draw on the screen, with or without zoom. Zoomit drawing mode accepts pen input and is compatible with Tablet PC.

Whenever Zoomit initial run, the Options dialog box appears, you can not set their options hotkey or accept the defaults. We have chosen the standard settings, Ctrl-1, 2, 3 and so on, to toggle the zoom, LiveZoom (Vista and Windows Home 7), Draw, the type and interrupt functions. These adjustments include other options such as fonts in the Type tab and a timer and an Advanced tab of interruption. Zoomit main function try clicking the zoom icon in the computer program in the system tray and through the combination of keys, both worked without problems. Zoom makes us click, select a portion of the screen with a left mouse click and scroll the mouse wheel, the screen image zoom, as well as out, and we've been able to move the enlarged easily by clicking with the mouse, drag the image and left click to lock. Pressing Esc or double-click the restored image of the screen to normal. The drawing tool worked fine with the mouse and a Wacom pen, producing a customizable display any image that triggers it. We start from the 1 minute timer, activated, and a blank screen appeared with a digital clock that counts down to 1 minute. Each time the rest time was over, the screen returned to normal, and went back to work.

The timing and smoothness are essential in the presentations, and also without public likes to stay still while the ball with file menus and slideshows uncomfortable image. Zoomit can give a touch of magic. With a little practice, you could probably become so adept with Zoomit as the average teenager with text messages.

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