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Share your screen in a WebEx meeting
Posted by Brendan Gentry, Last modified by Evan White on April 15, 2020 12:21 PM

How to present or broadcast the contents of your own computer's screen to all participants of a WebEx meeting.


Cisco WebEx Meetings is available to all students, faculty, and staff at NSU. Our paid services from WebEx have benefits like global call-in capability, accountability and details for time spent, higher quality of service, and greater safety and isolation from intruders. It's available for PC or Mac, through web browsers, and mobile devices from the Apple App Store or Google Play. Rather than using free Internet services, WebEx should be used for all video teleconferencing needs at NSU. To get started with a new meeting, see our instructions here: Set up or join a meeting in Cisco WebEx Meetings.

Presenting information from your own computer's screen is a common necessity for virtual conferences. To share your screen for your participants, use the following steps:

1 - Connect to a meeting in WebEx Meetings; see the above link for instructions.
2 - Once connected to the meeting, click on the Share content button in the lower set of buttons:



3 - To share a screen, click Screen X (where "X" represents the screen number).  To share an application, click on the application name.



Once you're sharing your screen or application, you can show your work as you see fit, as anyone can see your screen in the WebEx meeting.

To stop sharing your screen, click Stop Sharing in the dropdown box at the top of the screen.  This will end the screen share process, and you can continue the meeting as you see fit.

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