Polyvision Eno Click Board

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Eno Board Basics

The Eno Interactive Whiteboard magnetic icon strip can be used to interact with anything showing on your computer screen, including a Word document, the Internet, or the image under the document camera.

Getting Started

  • Turn on projector and computer inside presentation cart.
  • Locate dark blue Eno Pen.
  • Remove cap – placing it on the opposite end of the pen so it won’t get lost.
  • Touch the tip of the pen to the Eno board. Try to use the pen like you would a mouse. Tap the Internet Explorer icon twice to open it. If the pen does not seem to respond you may need to recalibrate.

Calibrating the Board

  • The calibration screen is yellow-green with an X in the top left-hand corner.
  • To bring up the Calibration screen, if it does not automatically appear when you touch the pen to the Eno board, click the Projection button on the magnetic strip. (last image)
  • To calibrate press the tip of the pen in the center of the X. Do this for each X that appears on the green screen.

Add Notes to Image on Screen

  • To add notes on top of what appears on your computer screen press the “Switch between” button to change to pen mode. (Note: On image this button is at the top.)
  • Then press a pen color and begin writing. When you click the “Switch” button to go back to using the pen as a mouse the drawings will disappear. The drawings will reappear when you press the “Switch” button again.

Erase What You Added

  • To erase some of what you’ve drawn on the screen tap one of the two sizes of erasers. Then drag the tip of the pen across the top of what you want to erase.
  • To erase all of the drawing tap the “erase all” icon on the strip.

Type on a Word Document

  • To type in a Word document, open a blank Microsoft Word document. Tap the Keyboard button. Tap the Word document. Begin to type by tapping a letter.

Save the Image

  • To save a copy of what you have drawn including the screen image tap the Save icon. Save your document as a .jpg file or .pdf.
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