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How To Share Your Screen During Zoom Meetings

While in a zoom meeting, you can share your screen to invite other participants in on a presentation, video, audio etc. Here is a simple step process on how to share your screen during a zoom meeting.

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How to share your screen in a zoom meeting:

Note: 

  1. Click the Share Screen button located in your meeting controls.
  2. Select one of the screen share options: Share your entire desktop, specific application window, whiteboard, or iPhone/iPad screen.
  3. Enable these features:
    • Check Share Computer Sound: If you check this option, any sound played by your computer will be shared in the meeting.
  4. Click Share.
    • Zoom will automatically switch to full screen to optimize the shared screen view. To exit full-screen, click Exit Full Screen in the top-right corner or press the Esc key. 
    • To disable automatic full screen when viewing a shared screen, disable this option in your desktop client settings: Enter full screen automatically when a participant shares screen.
    • If you selected Portion of Screen, customize the screen portion by dragging or resizing the green border.
      If you selected Content from 2nd Camera, click Switch Camera in the top-left corner to switch the shared camera.

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