Back when we released WinPointer version 1, we were looking for a simple way to enhance PowerPoint and other presentations. With the original version, it was easy to highlight certain key areas of a screen to make a point, or for emphasis. Version 2 brought more functionality, and a switch from Visual Basic to Delphi. But our users ended up finding additional uses for WinPointer, including using it to annotate screens to send to others, and even to help with documentation and canned presentations. Now with WinPointer 3, we’ve added in new functionality that makes it simple to deliver annotated screens to others via e-mail, or even to create AVI-style movies of your annotations and then send them to others for playback. More on the PC Magazine site…
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