Power Point Pen to factor a quadratic technologyisforkiids’s library

 

This is a jing screen capture of using a powerpoint pen to work through a quadratic as a whole group classroom activity.

2014-03-15_1322 – technologyisforkiids’s library.

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Using the ink pens—and I learn something new about PowerPoint – PowerPoint Tips Blog

Go into Slide Show view.

Right-click and choose Pointer Options, then choose one of the options. Here you see the options in PowerPoint 2010. PowerPoint 2003 and 2007 have an extra option, Felt Tip. (I wonder why that option was removed in 2010.) Here you see the Highlighter option selected.

via Using the ink pens—and I learn something new about PowerPoint – PowerPoint Tips Blog.

Write on slides with the PowerPoint pen – PowerPoint – Office.com

To mark up slides during a presentation

During your slide show, right-click and point to Pointer Options.

NOTE    You must be in Slide Show view to see the Pointer Options command. To switch to the Slide Show view, on the View menu, click Slide Show.

Click a pen option.

Hold your mouse button down as you write or draw on your slides.

You can also use the Pointer Options command to choose a different color ink for the markup.

If you don’t want to disrupt the continuity of your presentation by right-clicking and navigating through menus, you can use the keyboard shortcut CTRL+P to switch to using the pen and CTRL+U to revert back to the automatic pointer.

Your markings are erased automatically when you move to the next slide. To move to the next slide when you are using the pen, use the DOWN ARROW key.

via Write on slides with the PowerPoint pen – PowerPoint – Office.com.