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SHARP Touch Viewer on the AQUOS BOARD® Interactive Display System

SHARP Touch Viewer on the AQUOS BOARD® Interactive Display System has the power to transform your presentations, in business and education environments alike. Show and share images, websites, videos, PDFs, PowerPoint® presentations, and more!.

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She clicks the menu icon and then the Link Application icon. Microsoft PowerPoint is the selected application. She selects “Set”. The PowerPoint opens.



Female Instructor:

Let's take a look at the Sharp touch viewer on the AQUOS BOARD interactive display system.


Here we have the workspace and on the bottom bar here we have a group of tools. We're going to begin by creating a new drawer.

There is a close up of the AQUOS BOARD. A woman points to the screen and then the bottom menu bar.

A drawer points to a folder on your computer or network. Whenever you make changes to a file in a drawer, it's automatically updated in the folder on your computer or network.

She clicks a plus icon on the menu bar and creates a new file. Different locations to save the file pop up and she selects the restaurant folder and clicks save.

You may rename files and folders at any time. Up to 20 drawers can be added at one time and each drawer can contain up to 100 files.

She clicks the restaurant folder on the bottom menu bar. The files pop up above the menu bar in the drawer.

Let's see how you can display images as sheets. As you see, I push each image up from the drawer.

She drags the file images from the drawer onto the screen.

I can move each one resize it, rotate it or even flick it across the workspace.

She moves an image and uses two fingers to enlarge and rotate it. Using a flicking motion, she flicks an image from the left side of the screen to the right

If I want to minimize this image, all I have to do is pinch it with two fingers and it will create an icon on the top left of my screen or I can choose to drag it back into my drawer for later.

She uses two fingers to pinch and shrink the images. The images then appear as icons on the top left of the screen. She drags the remaining pictures into the drawer.

Now, let's take a look at a PowerPoint presentation. I'm going to make this presentation larger. Next, I'm going to pin it in place. This helps me move the pages along.

She selects a PowerPoint presentation from the drawer and uses two fingers to enlarge it. She uses a flicking motion to move between pages.

On the top right, I have several annotation tools. Let's choose a red pen and make some annotations on this slide.

She clicks the pointed finger icon on the top right of the screen. A side menu shows all the annotation tools. She selects the pen tool and draws circles and lines on the slide.

Going back to the menu, we have the sheet menu with a variety of options. First, let's send the screen to SHARP Pen Software.

She selects the menu icon on the top right and then selects “Send to Pen Software”. A “Creating a print page” loading bar pops up in the center of the screen Once the Sharp Pen software loads and she clicks on the top right icon which loads the image file.

As you see the slide was sent as an image file to Pen Software.

She points at the slide image.

For now, let's return to Sharp Touch Viewer. Let's go back to the sheet menu. I'm going to tap on link application. Touch Viewer allows a link to the original application. In this case, it's Microsoft PowerPoint. Now, I can edit the original presentation directly in PowerPoint. Any changes I make here will be reflected in a Sharp Touch Viewer.


Now let's go back to our workspace and move the presentation aside. I'm going to open a few other files. Here is a menu and a design for my restaurant.

She pinches the PowerPoint to shrink it and moves it to the right of the screen. She drags files from the bottom menu into the center of the screen.

Let's say I want to save this layout for my presentation later this afternoon. I can tap the home button and choose save layout. This function saves all my icons and sheets the way they appear on the screen right now.

She clicks the home button on the bottom left corner of the screen and selects “Save Layout”. Shen then presses OK to confirm saving the layout.

Now, if I click on the layout drawer, I can see my saved file right here. So if I go back to my menu and clear the work area, I can open the layout drawer and retrieve my saved layout any time. All I have to do is drag it back into my workspace. You can save many layouts in the layout drawer for future use.

She selects the Layout drawer, and the saved layout pops up. She drags the layout onto the screen.

Now, let's clear the work area again and go back to our drawer.

She clicks the home button, clicks “Clear Work Area” and confirms clearing the work area.

Here, I have a PDF. I'm going to make it larger by pinching out and I'll anchor it to the workspace with the push pin icon. I can flip through my PDF.

She clicks the Restaurant drawer tab and drags a pdf onto the workspace. She pinches out and then presses the push pin icon on the bottom right of the pdf. She uses a swiping motion to flip through the pages.

Next, I'm going to choose a blue annotation tool and make some marks on this page. Let's say I want to close this PDF now. I can do that in the sheet menu. If I retrieve the file from my drawer and flip back to my page, I noticed the annotations are still there.

She clicks the pointed finger icon and selects the blue pen tool. She circles the pictures on the pdf. She then clicks the menu icon and selects close. She opens the restaurant drawer and drags the same file into the workspace. She flips back to the page with the annotations.

Another useful tool is the show list tool. Here, I can see all the pages in this PDF. PDFs in Touch Viewer can display up to 200 pages. And if I tap on one of the pages that page will automatically open.

She then selects the show list tool icon on the bottom right of the pdf. The screen changes to fit eight pdf pages at a time and can be scrolled through using a swiping motion. She clicks a page and the view returns to the one page view.

Now let's close this sheet and open a video from our drawer. While this video is playing, I can annotate on it.

She unpins the page and closes the sheet. From the restaurant drawer, she drags a video onto the workspace. She selects the pen tool and writes on the video while it is playing.

Let's say I want to capture a specific Moment. I can pause the video, add annotations and then choose the capture function from the sheet menu. This function takes a still image of my video and saves it in my drawer. I can drag this image up and place it side by side next to my video. Notice the salad served at the restaurant.

She pauses the video and draws a circle around a plate of salad. She selects the capture icon from the side menu and then opens the Restaurant drawer. She drags the screen capture from the drawer next to the video in the workspace.

Another useful tool is the web sheet feature. By going to home and tapping web sheet, you can open any website as a sheet and navigate as you would in a browser. If you close the web sheet, it will be automatically saved in your temporary drawer. The temporary drawer is full of content that doesn't already exist in a designated folder.

She clicks on the home button and then the Web Sheet option. A webpage pops up and she clicks on several tabs before closing the webpage. She then opens the temporary drawer from the bottom menu and drags out the webpage and then back into the drawer.

If I go back to home, I can also tap on add sheet. This function allows me to add a supported file without having to add an entirely new drawer. As you see, the image automatically appears in my temporary drawer. I can choose to leave it or delete it at any time.

She clicks the home button and selects the Add Sheet function. She chooses and opens a picture from her file. The picture pops up in the workplace and she drags it into the temporary drawer.

Now, let's take a look at the notes sheet feature. It offers note sheets in different sizes. Let's choose this one. Here, I can take notes on my own separate sheet. I can annotate as with other sheets and once I'm finished, I can close it. It will automatically save to my temporary folder until I delete it.

Close up of bottom menu bar. She clicks the Note sheet option and selects the 16:9 size option from the pop up. A blank note sheet appears in the center of the screen, and she writes on it. She closes the sheet. She opens the Temporary drawer and points at the saved sheet inside.

Now, let's take a look at the sorting tools in Sharp Touch Viewer. On the top of each sheet, I can select tabs in different colors. Let's choose a few.

Screen changes to show three open documents. She selects one document and clicks the top left corner and chooses a color for the corner. She makes two of the documents green and one orange.

OK, I have two green and one orange. If I go to sort, I can choose which sheets to sort based on color and type. First, let's choose the green sheet. Both the green sheets are displayed. Now, let's choose the orange sheet. The orange sheet is front and center.

She selects sort in the bottom menu and clicks align green labeled sheets. The red sheet is gone and the green sheets are left side by side on the page. She then selects the red labeled sheets for sorting and the green sheets disappear, leaving one orange sheet to fill the screen.

Last but not least, let's choose all image sheets. All images are displayed. This is an excellent way to prepare your presentation ahead of time and work with different types of files at the same time.

She then chooses “Align Image Sheets” in the Sort menu. All images are displayed on the screen.

On the very end here on the bottom, right, we have these last two icons where you can choose to minimize or exit your screen. See how Touch Viewer can work in your environment today.

She clicks the exit button on the bottom right of the screen. The screen closes.