Getting Started: Quick Reference Guides
The Basics (PDF 116 KB) Learn how to orient the interactive whiteboard, control applications and write, erase and save notes using a SMART Board interactive?whiteboard.
Hardware Basics for Front-Projection SMART Boardª Interactive?Whiteboards (PDF 221 KB) Learn about basic hardware components, such as the SMART Pen Tray?and the Ready Light, for a better understanding about how your SMART Board?interactive whiteboard works.
Hardware Basics for the SMART Board for Flat-Panel Displays Interactive Whiteboards (PDF 57 KB) Learn about the basic hardware components for the SMART Board for?Flat-Panel Displays interactive whiteboard such as the display control strip?and SMART Pen Tray.
Intermediate: Quick Reference Guides
SMART Board Tools (PDF 163 KB)
Learn how to access and use the SMART Board tools to help you?operate your interactive whiteboard most effectively.
Notebook Software Toolbars (PDF 135 KB)
Access and use the tools in Notebook software's toolbars.
The Floating Tools Toolbar (PDF 106 KB)
Access, use and customize the Floating Tools toolbar.
SMART Board Start Center (PDF 81 KB)
SMART Board Interactive Whiteboard Basics (PDF 328 KB)
Using a SMART Board interactive whiteboard is as simple as?learning to touch, write and save. When youÕve completed this exercise, youÕll?be able to orient your SMART Board, use your finger as a mouse, use the?On-Screen Keyboard and pens in the SMART Pen Tray, and capture and save your?notes into Notebook Software.
Notebook Software in the Classroom (PDF 238 KB)
In this exercise, you'll learn how to create a lesson with?Notebook software. You will learn how to use page templates and content from?the Gallery collections to produce interactive lessons you can reuse every time?you teach the same unit.
Notebook Software in the Office (PDF 214 KB)
Learn how to use Notebook software to make a meeting template and?interactive diagrams that you can use during presentations.
This material comes from the SmartBoard site