One of things to learn during conferences is about the tricks used by fellow presenters to make their presentations better fun. One of the nicest things I picked up was a tool used by Duncan Mills (Oracle), called ZoomIt. It is a tool that will allow you to quickly enlarge the portion of the screen where the cursor currently is located by using a shortcut key. It is fairly lightweight tool that is easily installed. It can be downloaded from http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897434.aspx.
Once you have installed the tool it can do:
- zoom in (and out again)
- allow you to draw lines, circles, rectangles etc. to emphasize elements and areas on your page
- allow you to type on the screen
Now press the hot key (CTRL+1 by default)
and the page is zoomed into. Next I type t to enter type mode:
and finally try drawing mode (CTRL+2):