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prmello

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Hi all. Just found this forum today. I have a question I hope someone can answers for me. I'm considering buying a Wacom Graphire4 4" x 5" USB Tablet with Cordless Pen. I was wondering if anyone has had any expierence using on of these tablets in MS office? I would like to be able to write on my Powerpoint presentations as I give them. I know you can use the "pen" in the software, but i need to able to make music notation on the slides as well (I'm a music teacher). Thanks for any help/advice!

Mike


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You would need to add writing pad support in Windows XP for this feature to work, and also enabled in Office. However with the ever changes in this market i can not be for certian, i am currently reading the manual for this product.

Edited by Shindo_Hikaru, 02 August 2006 - 08:29 PM.

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