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CASIO Interactive Whiteboard
YA-W72M/YA-W82M
User's Guide
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    User’s Guide Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” and “Operating Precautions” in the “Read this first!” document that comes with the CASIO Interactive Whiteboard, and make sure you use this product correctly. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    To start up the setup launcher..................19 To install the DSPD ......................20 To install Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO ..............20 To install Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO ................21 To install .NET Framework....................22 Checking for Proper Installation ..................22 Setting Up the Dot Screen, Projector, and Computer ..........

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    Conducting a Slideshow in the PowerPoint Control Mode ......... 34 To start a slideshow in the PowerPoint Control Mode ............. 34 To end a slideshow in the PowerPoint Control Mode ............35 Digital Pen Operations during a Slideshow (Power Point Control Mode) ......35 Changing the Margin Settings ................

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    Chapter 3: Using Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO ........70 Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO Overview..............70 What you can do with Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO .......... 70 Registering Your Product (Serial Key Input) ............71 To input the serial key...................... 71 Printing Documents with Special Dot Patterns and Creating PPG Files ....

  • Page 5

    CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be held liable for any loss or lost profits due to loss of data caused by malfunction or maintenance of this product, or due to any other reason.

  • Page 6: Introduction

    (Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO, DSPD, Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO* ) installed, and a projector. Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO, which runs on a computer, acts as the front end of the Interactive Whiteboard system. Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO is an education support tool that displays in real time* figures and text written on the dot screen with the digital pen.

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    *1 Documents printed using Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO. If you use Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO to print paper versions of the same contents (such as PowerPoint files) as the slides to be projected on the dot screen during a presentation, you can control the presentation (page changes, writing on pages, etc.) using digital pen operations on the printed pages.

  • Page 8: About This Manual

    2 Printing a printable file as a document with special dot patterns and output a PPG file. The PPG file can be used to conduct a slideshow in the Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO Presentation Mode, and the printed document can be used to perform slideshow operations in the Presentation Mode.

  • Page 9: Chapter 1: Getting Ready

    DP-301 digital pen. (2) Installing the software (page 18) Download the required software from the CASIO website and install it on your computer. (3) Setting up the dot screen, projector and computer (page 23) Set up the dot screen, projector, and computer in appropriate locations and then project an...

  • Page 10: Preparing The Digital Pen

    Preparing the Digital Pen Perform procedures in this section using the digital pen that comes with this system or an optionally available digital pen. To load a battery into the digital pen Cover the nib end of the digital pen with the pen cap. Slide the lock lever downwards (away from the pen nib) and then open the Lock lever...

  • Page 11: Replacing The Pen Nib

    Replacing the Pen Nib The digital pen comes with a stylus nib pre-installed. This means you do not need to replace the pen nib before using it for the first time. Replace the nib in the cases described below. To install the ballpoint pen refill for writing onto paper documents printed on paper with special dot patterns To replace a used up or damaged nib with a refill To replace the pen nib...

  • Page 12: Establishing A Connection Between The Digital Pen And Computer (pairing)

    Establishing a Connection between the Digital Pen and Computer (Pairing) To establish a connection between the digital pen and your computer, you need to register the digital pen on your computer as a Bluetooth device. This operation is called “pairing”. General steps for pairing are described below.

  • Page 13: To Connect A Bluetooth Adapter To Your Computer

    To connect a Bluetooth adapter to your computer Obtain a commercially available Bluetooth adapter and connect it to your computer. The first time you connect a Bluetooth adapter to your computer, the Windows standard driver will be installed automatically. Click the Bluetooth icon that appears in your computer’s task tray. If the Bluetooth icon does not appear in the Windows XP task tray, perform the following operation on your computer: [Start] 3 [Control Panel] 3 [Bluetooth Devices].

  • Page 14: To Pair The Digital Pen With Your Computer

    To pair the digital pen with your computer Click the Bluetooth icon in your computer’s task tray. If the Bluetooth icon is not shown in the Windows XP task tray, perform the operation below on your computer. 1 [Start] 3 [Control Panel] 3 [Bluetooth Devices] 2 On the “Bluetooth Devices”...

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    Windows XP Windows Vista, Windows 7 The pass keys for digital pens are shown below. Digital pen included with the YA-W72M or YA-W82M: 0000 Optional CASIO DP-301 digital pen: 0000 Click [Next]. Windows XP: After pairing is complete, “Completing the Add Bluetooth Device Wizard” is displayed.

  • Page 16: Digital Pen Operation Indicator

    Digital Pen Operation Indicator The current operational status of the digital pen is indicated by an LED. The digital pen LED is unlit when the cap is closed (pen is turned off) and immediately after you remove the cap (immediately after pen power is turned on). The table below describes the meaning of each pen LED status while the cap is removed.

  • Page 17: Installing The Software

    Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO. Dot Pattern Printer for Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO is a virtual printer driver that can be used to print CASIO documents that embed special dot patterns into PowerPoint, Word, and other types...

  • Page 18: Minimum Computer System Precautions

    Simultaneous use of other Bluetooth devices and/or use of more than four digital pens can produce results that are different from those described in this manual. To install the software Go to the CASIO website (http://www.casio-intl.com/support/download/). Download the zipped file of Interactive Whiteboard software. Double-click the downloaded zip file to open it.

  • Page 19: To Start Up The Setup Launcher

    Exit all programs currently running on your computer. Open the Interactive Whiteboard software “setup_en” folder and then double-click “CASIO_InteractiveWhiteboardsetup.exe”. Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO Setup Launcher will start up and display the dialog box shown below. [Install Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO] becomes enabled after the DSPD is installed.

  • Page 20: To Install The Dspd

    To agree to be bound by the terms of the license agreement and start installation, click [I agree]. Note that you will not be able to use Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO unless you agree to be bound by the terms of the license agreement.

  • Page 21: To Install Dot Pattern Printer For Casio

    To agree to be bound by the terms of the license agreement and start installation, click [I agree]. Note that you will not be able to use Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO unless you agree to be bound by the terms of the license agreement.

  • Page 22: To Install .net Framework

    (usually on the [File] menu). Note The first time you start up Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO and the first time you execute a print operation with Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO, you will be prompted for input of the serial...

  • Page 23: Setting Up The Dot Screen, Projector, And Computer

    Setting Up the Dot Screen for Projection Important! The dot screen that comes with CASIO Interactive Whiteboard is designed for magnetic adhesion to a metal wall, blackboard, or other appropriate surface. Do not attempt to attach it to a surface that is soiled with dust or other matter, or a surface that does not allow magnetic adhesion.

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    Completely unroll the screen and affix the magnetic roll to the metal surface. Check to make sure that the dot screen will not separate from the surface to which it is affixed when you release the roll. Note that when the screen is cold it may not flatten out completely, which makes it very possible that it will become detached and fall from the surface you attaching it to.

  • Page 25: Projecting A Computer Screen Image Onto The Dot Screen

    In the next chapter, you will learn about the powerful features and functions provided by the Interactive Whiteboard. Important! Note that even if the projector is projecting an image of the computer screen onto the dot screen, you will not be able to perform digital pen operations unless Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO is running.

  • Page 26: Chapter 2: Using Interactive Whiteboard For Casio

    This mode is for conducting slideshow presentations of PowerPoint files using PowerPoint. IWB for CASIO can be used to perform slideshow operations (page changes, writing on pages, etc.) with the digital pen on the dot screen or on printed documents with special dot patterns.

  • Page 27: Registering Your Product (serial Key Input)

    Registering Your Product (Serial Key Input) The first time you start up IWB for CASIO, a serial key confirmation dialog box will appear. This dialog box will keep on appearing with each startup until you input the serial key. The serial key is located in the Software License Certificate that comes with this system.

  • Page 28: To Perform Calibration

    In this case, tap the dot screen with the digital pen and then jump to step 7 of this procedure. Otherwise, proceed with step 4, below. In the computer’s task tray, click the Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO icon ( On the menu that appears, select “Calibration”.

  • Page 29: To Re-perform Calibration

    When this option is selected, the currently configured calibration information is discarded when you exit IWB for CASIO. You should select this option if you frequently need to move the dot screen and/or projector between presentations. If there is no check mark next to “Perform calibration with each startup” (indicating that the option is disabled, which is the initial default setting), calibration information produced by the last calibration process is retained in memory.

  • Page 30: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations This section explains how to start up and exit IWB for CASIO, how to use the main toolbox, and how to perform digital pen operations in the Mouse Control Mode. To start up Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO Use any one of the following operations.

  • Page 31: Using The Main Toolbox

    Using the Main Toolbox The table below explains the functions of each of the tools in the main toolbox. Main toolbox To do this: Do this: Enter the Mouse Control Mode (page 32)* Click Enter the PowerPoint Control Mode (page 33)* Click Enter the Presentation Mode (page 41)* Click...

  • Page 32: To View Version Information

    To view version information In the computer’s task tray, click the Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO icon ( ). On the menu that appears, click “About Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO”. Mouse Control Mode Digital Pen Operations In the Mouse Control Mode, you can use the digital pen operations described below to perform mouse operations.

  • Page 33: Using The Powerpoint Control Mode

    Important! If you are using PowerPoint 2010, make sure your computer has Microsoft Office 2010 ServicePack 1 or higher installed. If it doesn’t, some IWB for CASIO functionality will be lost when it is used in combination with PowerPoint 2010.

  • Page 34: Conducting A Slideshow In The Powerpoint Control Mode

    This section explains how to open a PowerPoint file and perform operations to control the slideshow. To start a slideshow in the PowerPoint Control Mode Start up IWB for CASIO. Next, in the main toolbox, click to enter the PowerPoint Control Mode.

  • Page 35: To End A Slideshow In The Powerpoint Control Mode

    To end a slideshow in the PowerPoint Control Mode Advance the slideshow to the final page or select “End Show” on the PowerPoint application menu. This will cause the PowerPoint window to be displayed as the top window. To restart a slideshow with the same PowerPoint file, perform the required PowerPoint application operation to start the slideshow.

  • Page 36

    If there is a “PowerPoint Operations” operation palette printed on the document, use the operation palette to control the PowerPoint application. To do this: Tap this icon: Select the PowerPoint slideshow function Arrow tool (Ballpoint Pen) Select the PowerPoint slideshow function Pen tool (When using PowerPoint 2010, tapping the Ballpoint Pen or Felt Tip Pen icon will (Felt Tip Pen) select Pen.)

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    Tapping or dragging on a printed document with special dot patterns is interpreted as described below, in accordance with the tool currently selected with the PowerPoint application. When you do this: It is interpreted as this: Tap the page of a printed Clicking with the arrow on the corresponding page of the PowerPoint file in the document with special dot PowerPoint application.

  • Page 38: Changing The Margin Settings

    Changing the Margin Settings Clicking (Margin settings) on the PowerPoint Control Mode toolbox displays a dialog box that can be used to change the Margin settings icon settings described below. These settings apply when using the digital pen on a printed document with special dot patterns. Display settings These settings can be used to specify the range of movement for the mouse cursor on the computer screen (the screen projected on the dot screen).

  • Page 39: To Configure Paper Settings

    Use the “Bottom”, “Left”, and “Right” boxes to enter values the same as in step 2, above. For example, entering 30 for “Left” and leaving all of the other values set to 0 will configure the cursor movement range shown below for printed documents with special dot patterns and on the computer screen.

  • Page 40: To Configure Advanced Paper Settings

    Click [Apply]. This saves any changes you have made to the settings and closes the dialog box. The settings you configured in step 3 above will be applied as the initial default settings on the “Paper settings” dialog box that appears when you perform the procedure under “To start a slideshow in the PowerPoint Control Mode”...

  • Page 41: Using The Presentation Mode

    (2) Use the file you prepared in step (1) above to create a PPG file. You can perform the above two steps simultaneously using Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO. For details, see “Printing Documents with Special Dot Patterns and Creating PPG Files (for the Presentation Mode)”...

  • Page 42: Conducting A Slideshow In The Presentation Mode

    (page 43). Note In place of steps 1 and 2 of the above procedure, you could also double-click the PPG file you want to use for the slideshow. This will start up IWB for CASIO and open the PPG file.

  • Page 43: To Select Full-screen View Or Window View For A Slideshow

    In the Presentation Mode, you can select either full-screen view or window view for a slideshow. For more information, see “Changing Presentation Mode Configuration Settings” (page 47). Note that any time you change the view you will need to restart IWB for CASIO. To end a slideshow in the Presentation Mode...

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    To do this: Click this icon: Display the Shapes menu Clicking an icon on the Shapes menu that appears will select a drawing tool for the shape represented by the icon. Display an “Open” dialog box for inserting an image file into the page Display the Line Type Setting menu Clicking an icon on the Line Type Setting menu that appears will change the line type assigned to the currently selected write/draw...

  • Page 45

    Printed Document with Special Dot Pattern Operations You can use the digital pen to perform mouse click and drag operations on a printed document with special dot patterns. To perform this mouse Do this with the digital pen: operation: Click Tap the document once with the digital pen.

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    Page Auto Change Feature of Printed Documents with Special Dot Patterns An operation performed with the digital pen on any page of a printed document with special dot patterns is interpreted as an operation on the corresponding PPG file page. A page auto change feature causes the slideshow to jump automatically to the PPG file page that corresponds to any printed document page that is tapped with the digital pen.

  • Page 47: Changing Presentation Mode Configuration Settings

    Window display To apply the changes, click [Update]. In response to the dialog box that appears prompting you to restart IWB for CASIO, click [OK] (which will not restart IWB for CASIO). To exit the “Configuration” dialog box, click [Close].

  • Page 48: Changing Presentation Mode Startup Default Settings

    Whiteboard for CASIO operation problems. Exercise care whenever making changes. To edit the Presentation Mode startup default setup file If Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO is running, exit it. On your computer, open the folder named “Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO” at either of the locations below. – Windows XP:...

  • Page 49

    To select this as the startup default Pen color: Change first line under [PEN] to this: Red* Color=red Blue Color=blue Black Color=black Yellow Color=yellow To select this as the startup default Pen line Change second line under [PEN] to this: thickness: Fine* Width=thin...

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    If, after you edit the startup default setup file, you have problems starting up Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO, trash the edited Presentation.ini file and then restart Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO. This will automatically generate a new Presentation.ini file configured...

  • Page 51: Using The Capture & Draw Mode

    The Capture & Draw Mode lets you capture the computer screen image (being projected onto the dot screen), and then write or draw on the captured image using the digital pen. Note that IWB for CASIO toolboxes and windows are not included in the captured image. Captured images containing drawn or written data can be stored as editable format (DST) files, or as non-editable image (png, jpg, or bmp) files.

  • Page 52: Capturing And Drawing On The Currently Displayed Computer Screen Image

    Capturing and Drawing on the Currently Displayed Computer Screen Image Use the procedure below to capture an image of the computer screen being projected onto the dot screen and to draw on the captured image. To capture and draw on the currently displayed computer screen image On the computer screen, display the diagram or document you want to capture and draw on.

  • Page 53

    On the thumbnail window, click the capture button. This will close the thumbnail window. At the same time, the computer screen you displayed in step 1 (excluding IWB for CASIO toolboxes and windows) will be captured and displayed. Image number...

  • Page 54: To Capture And Draw On Another Image

    On the computer screen, display a chart, document, etc. If you want an unobstructed view of the screen, you can hide the IWB for CASIO toolbox by clicking the minimize ( ) button on the main toolbox. To re-display the toolbox, click the Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO icon in the Windows task bar.

  • Page 55: To Display Previously Captured Images

    To display previously captured images Click to display the thumbnail window. Click the thumbnail of the captured image you want to re-display. This will display the captured image whose thumbnail you clicked. To exit the Capture & Draw Mode In the lower right corner of the Capture & Draw Mode toolbox, click the close ( ) button.

  • Page 56: To Open And Edit A Saved Dst File

    To open and edit a saved DST file Use either of the operations below to open a DST file. – Use Windows Explorer to navigate to the storage location of the DST file and then double-click the file. – On the Capture & Draw Mode toolbox, click ( ).

  • Page 57

    To do this: Click this icon: Undo up to 10 of the last draw operations Redo operations undone with Increase the zoom factor of the page view (150%, 200%, 300%) Decrease the zoom factor of a zoomed page view Select the Hand cursor tool (to drag a zoomed page) Display the thumbnail window The two operations below can be performed with the thumbnail window.

  • Page 58: Changing Capture & Draw Mode Startup Default Settings

    To edit the Capture & Draw Mode startup default setup file If Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO is running, exit it. On your computer, open the folder named “Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO” at either of the locations below. – Windows XP:...

  • Page 59

    Edit the file contents in accordance with information in the table below. An asterisk (*) indicates the factory default setting. To select this as the startup default tool: Change line under [MODE] to this: Pen* Type=pen Marker Pen Type=marker To select this as the startup default Pen color: Change first line under [PEN] to this: Red* Color=red...

  • Page 60

    If, after you edit the startup default setup file, you have problems starting up Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO, trash the edited DesktopDrawing.ini file and then restart Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO. This will automatically generate a new DesktopDrawing.ini file...

  • Page 61: Tool Operations In The Presentation Mode And Capture & Draw Mode

    Tool Operations in the Presentation Mode and Capture & Draw Mode The Presentation Mode toolbox and Capture & Draw Mode toolbox include some tools that are common to both modes, and some tools that are unique to each mode. Among the common tools, there are those whose operations are identical on both modes, and those whose operations are slightly different in each mode.

  • Page 62: To Draw A Straight Line Or Arrow On A Page (presentation Mode)

    On the page, perform a drag operation at the location where you want to draw the triangle. While you drag, a dotted line rectangle, whose diagonal goes from the drag start position to the current mouse pointer position, will appear to indicate the size of the shape. When you release the mouse button (or remove the digital pen from the dot screen), an isosceles triangle will be drawn in the area that was defined by the rectangle.

  • Page 63: To Paste An Image File Into A Page (presentation Mode)

    To paste an image file into a page (Presentation Mode) Click On the “Open” dialog box that appears, select the image file you want to paste onto the page. Supported image file formats are png, jpg, and bmp. Click [Open]. This pastes the image in the center of the page.

  • Page 64: To Select Multiple Objects

    To select multiple objects Click Drag so all of the objects you want to select are enclosed inside of the rectangular selection boundary that appears. While you drag, a dotted line rectangle, whose diagonal goes from the drag start position to the current mouse pointer position, will appear to indicate the size of the selection boundary.

  • Page 65: To Specify The Color Of An Object

    To specify the color of an object To specify the color before writing or drawing an object, select the tool you want to use. To change the color of an object that has already been written or drawn, select the object. Click to display the Color Setting menu.

  • Page 66: To Rotate Objects (presentation Mode)

    To rotate objects (Presentation Mode) Note You can use the procedure below only to rotate a circle, triangle, or rectangle drawn with the shapes tool, or an image pasted from a file onto the page. Perform the steps under “To select a single object” (page 63) or “To select multiple objects”...

  • Page 67: Delete Menu Operations

    Delete Menu Operations You can use the Delete menu (which appears when you click on the tool box) to delete all of the objects on the currently displayed page or on all pages, or to delete the currently displayed page. The operations in this section are the same in both the Presentation Mode and the Capture &...

  • Page 68: Save File Menu Operations

    Presentation Mode or Capture & Draw Mode as an IWB for CASIO proprietary format file (ppg or dst) or as a general-purpose format image file (png, jpg, or bmp). A file saved as an IWB for CASIO proprietary format file (ppg or dst) can be opened and edited using IWB for CASIO.

  • Page 69: To Batch Save All Of The Pages As Individual Image Files

    To batch save all of the pages as individual image files Click to display the Save File menu, and then click Use the “Save As” dialog box that appears to specify a file name and a storage location, and then click [Save]. Nine-digit numbers that indicate the time of the file saves and three-digit page numbers will be appended automatically to the file names.

  • Page 70: Chapter 3: Using Dot Pattern Printer For Casio

    Using Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO Chapter 3: This chapter explains how to use Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO, which is a virtual printer driver that can print documents with special dot patterns and output PPG files for use in the Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO PowerPoint Control Mode and Presentation Mode.

  • Page 71: Registering Your Product (serial Key Input)

    Registering Your Product (Serial Key Input) The first time you use Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO, a serial key confirmation dialog box will appear. This dialog box will keep on appearing with each use until you input the serial key. The serial key is located in the Software License Certificate that comes with this system.

  • Page 72: Printing Documents With Special Dot Patterns And Creating Ppg Files

    Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO output adjusts colors to facilitate reading of dot patterns by the digital pen. Because of this, the color hues of Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO output may differ from those in the source file. The difference in color hues can be particularly noticeable when printing documents with special dot patterns on a non-Postscript printer.

  • Page 73

    On the print dialog box that appears, configure the print settings below. – For “Printer”, select “Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO”. If you are using PowerPoint 2003 or 2007, use the “Printer Name” box to select “Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO”.

  • Page 74: Printing Documents With Special Dot Patterns And Creating Ppg Files (for The Presentation Mode)

    – Select “Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO” as the printer to use for printing. – For the print range, specify printing of all the pages in the document. To specify the print range and number of copies, use the “Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO” dialog box in step 11 of this procedure.

  • Page 75

    Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO will not be able to open a page that is 10,000 or more pixels in width or height. Be sure to set a resolution in accordance with the paper size so the resulting page is less than 10,000 pixels in width and/or height.

  • Page 76: Configuring Advanced Settings On The Dot Pattern Printer For Casio Dialog Box

    Configuring Advanced Settings on the Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO Dialog Box Clicking [Advanced Settings] on the Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO dialog box (page 73, 75) will display an “Advanced Settings” dialog box like the one shown below. This dialog box can be used to configure the settings described below.

  • Page 77: Checking Your Dot Pattern Printer For Casio Version

    Checking Your Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO Version To check the version of your Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO install, click the “Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO” tab on the “Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO Document Properties” dialog box that is displayed in step 4 under “To print a document with special dot patterns for use in the PowerPoint Control...

  • Page 78: Chapter 4: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Chapter 4: Check the information in this section whenever you experience any problems while using your Interactive Whiteboard. Digital Pen and Dot Screen Troubleshooting There is no response to digital pen operations on the dot screen or printed documents with special dot patterns with the digital pen.

  • Page 79

    Probable Cause Required Action The connection between the Check the points below. digital pen and computer has Is the Bluetooth icon ( ) displayed in your computer’s task tray? been broken. If not, click the arrow button on the left side of the task tray to display hidden icons.

  • Page 80

    The operation I am trying to perform with the digital pen is different from the location I tap on the dot screen. Probable Cause Required Action The dot screen is dirty. You can erase characters and figures drawn with the provided marker or a commercially available marker with the provided melamine foam eraser or with a commercially available melamine type whiteboard eraser.

  • Page 81: Interactive Whiteboard For Casio Troubleshooting

    Probable Cause Required Action The digital pen you are using is Use the digital pen included with this system or an optionally available CASIO not supported. DP-301 digital pen. The surface being projected to is You cannot use the digital pen to draw or write on the image if it is being not a dot screen.

  • Page 82: Known Issues

    Always be sure to specify all pages as the print range on the print dialog box of the application you are using for printing. You can specify a range of pages on the separate “Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO” dialog box. For details, see “Printing Documents with Special Dot Patterns and Creating PPG Files (for the Presentation Mode)”...

  • Page 83: Dot Pattern Printer For Casio Troubleshooting

    200 pages. pages. Divide up the source file so each part is 200 pages or fewer, or specify the print range (on the “Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO” dialog box) so the print job does not exceed 200 pages.

  • Page 84: Chapter 5: Appendix

    DSPD Management Functions DSPD includes functions that send data received from the digital pen to the applicable digital pen application (Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO). Though you normally never need to do anything concerning DSPD, you can use the menu that appears when you right-click the DSPD icon ( ) on your computer’s task tray to perform the...

  • Page 85: To Clean The Back Of The Dot Screen

    The dot screen is ready for use after it is completely dry. To clean the back of the dot screen When cleaning the back of the dot screen, roll it on to the roller bit by bit and wipe the back. This makes it possible to clean the back of the screen without creating wrinkles.

  • Page 86: Uninstalling And Re-installing The Software

    The Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO Setup Launcher window will appear. Click [Uninstall Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO]. After uninstall is complete, [Uninstall Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO] will change to [Install Interactive Whiteboard for CASIO]. Also, the [Uninstall DSPD] option will become enabled at this time.

  • Page 87: To Uninstall Dot Pattern Printer For Casio

    Open the Interactive Whiteboard software “setup_en” folder and then double-click “CASIO_InteractiveWhiteboardsetup.exe”. Click [Uninstall Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO]. After uninstall is complete, [Uninstall Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO] will change to [Install Dot Pattern Printer for CASIO]. Click [Exit] to close the window, and then restart your computer.

  • Page 88: Specifications

    Operating Temperature: 5 to 35°C (41 to 95°F) Operating Humidity: 20 to 80% (non-condensation) Dot Screen Specifications Model Name: YA-W72M External Dimensions: Ø85 mm × 1050 mm (Ø3.3" × 41.3") (Stored in screen case) 1607 mm (W) × 1000 mm (H) (63.3" × 39.4") (Screen unrolled) Effective Screen Size: 1552 mm (W) ×...

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