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eInstruction InterWrite DualBoard Getting Started1. Insert the RF Hub into the USB port on your computer. Press the RF Hub and pressthe Hub on the Dual Board until the blue dot stops flashing. You may need to “Match”the device. Do this by going to the eInstruction icon, Device Manager, Options, andDiscover devices.2. Now calibrate the Dual Board. You can use the icon on the board or youcan calibrate from the Device Manager Window. Once it is calibrated, it isready to use as a wireless mouse.3. Launch the Workspace software and the InterWrite Workspace toolbar should appearon your desktop. Choosing a tool takes you into Workspace. You can use any of thetools on the default toolbar or you can customize your toolbar by going to“PREFERENCES” and “CUSTOMIZE TOOLBAR”.4. Choosing the Mouse takes you back to your active desktop.The Pen1. The interactive Pen acts as the mouse for the DualBoard.2. The pen opens applications, files, websites, etc. The rocker bar on the pen reacts asillustrated below:Single Left ClickDouble ClickRight ClickeInstruction DualBoard Handout.pagesC. Jones October 2011

eInstruction InterWrite DualBoard The Tool BarNote: This Toolbar is specifically for the Mac. If you look online and find a different toolbar, the PCToolbar has different, and more :( options. I spoke at length with Juan at eInstruction and he assuredme they are working very hard to provide the same tools for the Mac as they have for the PC. So, ifyou find pre-made lessons online, understand some options in the lesson may not available to you atthis time if it was created for a PC.eInstruction DualBoard Handout.pagesC. Jones October 2011

eInstruction InterWrite DualBoard Adding and Sorting Workspace PagesWorkspace Toolbar1. In Workspace, use the Toolbar to add a blank page. You cancontinue to add pages using this toolbar option. See #1 on thediagram.2. You can view your pages by scrolling with the forward and backarrows. See #2 on the diagram.3. In Page Sorter View you can easily view the order of yourpages and can click and drag to reorder them. See #3 on thediagram.eInstruction DualBoard Handout.pages312C. Jones October 2011

eInstruction InterWrite DualBoard Using the Pen Tool1. When you choose a pen tool, you can change the color, the width, the style, etc. ofthe pen.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!The preview of the!selected tool attributes will!appear in this preview!screen.2. You can also choose a highlighter. The highlighter has three attributes: 1) Freehandhighlighting, 2) Box highlighting, and 3) Oval highlighting. Remember, when youchoose an active tool, the tool attributes appear at the bottom of the screen.123Tool AttributeseInstruction DualBoard Handout.pagesC. Jones October 2011

eInstruction InterWrite DualBoard 3. There are many tool options available, such as Curtain, Video Record and Playback,Screen Capture, Stamps, etc.The GalleryUsing InterWrite Gallery Pics/Images1. The Gallery includes a variety ofteaching tools by category.2. To use this tool, click and drag theselected image to the workspace page. Itimports as an image that can be moved andmanipulated on the workspace page - youcan make it smaller, enlarge it, turn it, etc.eInstruction DualBoard Handout.pagesC. Jones October 2011

eInstruction InterWrite DualBoard Using InterWrite Gallery BackgroundsSome tools in the gallery come in as backgrounds. When this was dragged to theWorkspace page, it came in as a background. That means, unlike coming in as animage/pic, it can’t be moved, enlarged, turned, manipulated, etc. It actually becomes thebackground on the page.This gallery object isa background. Itcan’t be enlarged ormade smaller on thepage. It actuallybecomes the pageand does not “sit on”the page.Using Gallery Tools as BackgroundsUsing InterWrite Gallery SimsAnother option to bring an object onto the Workspace page is Sims. Sims are found inPreferences in the Workspace Toolbar. Sims are interactive tools that allow students tomove and manipulate objects.eInstruction DualBoard Handout.pagesC. Jones October 2011

eInstruction InterWrite DualBoard Saving and Exporting your FilesYou can use various methods to save your InterWritefiles.1. To save your file without having the opportunity toname it, just click on the Save tool in the Gallery.2. You can also click on the InterWrite Menu and choose where to save your file. Youcan also choose to export the file as HTML, a jpg, or as a PDF. If you would likeInterWrite Menuothers to be able to use your files, you may just want to savethem as InterWrite files (When you “Save As” theyautomatically save as InterWrite files.).eInstruction DualBoard Handout.pagesC. Jones October 2011

eInstruction InterWrite DualBoard VPortVPort provides numerous interactive lessons. However, the lessons are made usingNotebook Software (which is from SmartBoard - what we don’t have) and notWorkspace Software (which is from eInstruction -- what we have). You can still use thelessons, however, it is important to understand the lessons may have components thatare not compatible while running eInstruction InterWrite.If you choose to make our own files, we suggest you use the eInstruction InterWriteWorkspace software because it integrates fully with your eInstruction board.eInstruction DualBoard Handout.pagesC. Jones October 2011

Using InterWrite Gallery Sims Another option to bring an object onto the Workspace page is Sims. Sims are found in Preferences in the Workspace Toolbar. Sims are interactive tools that allow students to move and manipulate objects. eInstruction InterWrite Dual Board eInstruction DualBoard Handout.pages C. Jones October 2011 This gallery object is

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