Hyperlinked Exhibits, Litigation Support, Technology, Uncategorized, Video Conferencing, Zoom

TECH TIP 10 – Share Screen Navigation Options

Share Screen allows all participants to View a document at the same time. This feature is best used for viewing jpg files and for annotations. You can also share video and audio files in Share Screen.

If you are viewing a multi-page document, depending on your version of Adobe, you can jump to a desired page. Type in a # where you see 1 / 11 and hit enter. It will jump to that page.

If your document is OCR-ready, CTRL+F to search for a word or phrase to get to the desired location within the document.

Protocol for sharing files in Share Screen:

To use Share Screen, click the SHARE SCREEN button located in your meeting controls. You will see a White Board, and file(s) you would like to view. Click on the desired file.

If you would like to give others the option to share files, the Host must click on the Arrow beside Share Screen at the bottom of the screen to let others share files. Choose Multiple Participants.

Share screen allows all participants to View one document at the same time. Only the person sharing the document can move the document on the screen. 

For a participant to take control of Share Screen, click the View Options drop down menu at the top of your in-meeting window and select Request Remote Control. Then click Request to confirm.

Aside from viewing the file, this is how others can annotate the document being viewed to then be saved as an exhibit, if needed.

ALT+S to Stop the share.

NOTE: Doris O. Wong Associates is happy to extract pages in a multi-page document that can be shared as one shorter file and/or hyperlinked to be shared in Chat.

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