MCCC Knowledge Base

Annotating a PowerPoint Presentation on the SMART Board

2021

Annotating a PowerPoint Presentation on the SMART Board

The SMART Board is a digital board that allows you to annotate your PowerPoint presentation during your class lecture. Additionally, you have the ability to save your PowerPoint file with the annotations. If you chose to do so, it is recommended that you save it under another filename, e.g., filename_annotated.pptx.

Note: The recommended SMART Ink setting is "Use SMART Ink so that my ink doesn't permanently affect my content." Click on this link for more information. https://kb.mc3.edu/article.php?id=11382

  1. Open your PowerPoint presentation
  2. Click on the Slide Show tab
  3. Click on the appropriate button (from beginning, from current slide, etc.)
    PowerPoint presentation with an arrow pointing at the the Slide Share tab
  4. Once you are in Slide Show mode, you can use the SMART Board pens to draw or make annotations on your Presentation.

Presentation Tip: Build in blank slides or slides with minimal content for adding additional notes during class, e.g., sample problems, equations, sentence structure, etc.

0 (0)
Article Rating (No Votes)
Rate this article
Attached Files
There are no attachments for this article.
Comments
There are no comments for this article. Be the first to post a comment.
Name
Email
Related Articles RSS Feed
SMART Ink Settings
Viewed 637 times since Mon, Apr 26, 2021
SMART Notebook Toolbar Menu
Viewed 5311 times since Thu, Aug 7, 2014
Annotating a Word Document on the SMART Board
Viewed 2945 times since Thu, Sep 12, 2019
Faculty - Downloading SMART Notebook to a Personal Device
Viewed 451 times since Wed, Jun 23, 2021
SMART Notebook Combined Documentation
Viewed 4911 times since Thu, Aug 7, 2014
Faculty - SMART Notebook: Dual Page Display and Pinning with Imported PowerPoint
Viewed 204 times since Wed, Jul 7, 2021
SMART Notebook 19
Viewed 660 times since Mon, Apr 26, 2021
Annotating a PDF Document on the SMART Board
Viewed 5127 times since Wed, Sep 11, 2019
Infographic: Using the SMART Board
Viewed 12678 times since Fri, Aug 17, 2018
SMARTBoard Pen settings
Viewed 12255 times since Wed, Jul 22, 2015

Need Help?