Live Meeting 2007: Presenter's companion

Use advanced skills to conduct and Office Live Meeting

This course is designed to provide you advanced skills to conduct an Office Live Meeting. This course will explain the audio and video options and allow you to practice the skills that a presenter needs to collaborate and interact with attendees in a Live Meeting.

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About this course

This course includes:

  • Three practice sessions for hands-on experience.

  • A Quick Reference Card you can take away from the course.


After completing this course you will be able to:

  • Configure and connect the audio and video features available in a Live Meeting.

  • Use the collaborative content features of Live Meeting.

  • Use Live Meeting features to interact with attendees.

  • Use breakout rooms, as supported by the Live Meeting service.

Before you begin

To make the best use of this course, you need access to your Live Meeting account. We recommend that you complete the online course Get to Know Live Meeting 2007 or familiarize yourself with the basic functionality of the 2007 version of Live Meeting.

Note    Your instructions may vary slightly, depending on whether Live Meeting is deployed at your company as a service or as part of Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007.

Topics in this course

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

  1. Set up voice and video

  2. Set up audio options when using the Live Meeting service

  3. Set up audio options for Live Meeting powered by Office Communications Server 2007

  4. Include video using a webcam

  5. Include panoramic video in your Live Meeting by using Microsoft RoundTable

  6. Practice

  1. Use the collaborative content features of Live Meeting

  2. Use the Whiteboard

  3. Use annotation tools

  4. Use the Poll Page

  5. Use the Text Page

  6. Use the Web Page

  7. Use the Screen Snapshot

  8. Practice

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

  1. Interact with attendees

  2. Manage attendee permissions

  3. Manage attendees

  4. Chat with attendees

  5. Ask questions

  6. Provide feedback and view the seating chart

  7. Distribute handouts

  8. Share notes

  9. Practice

  1. Use Breakout Rooms

  2. Set up breakout rooms

  3. Start breakout rooms

  4. Stop breakout rooms

  5. Quick reference card

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