You can show your entire desktop or just a program to everyone in a Skype Meeting, call, or instant messaging (IM) conversation.
Keep in mind that you need to be a presenter in a Skype Meeting to share your screen. If the option is grayed out, ask one of the presenters to give you presenter access.
Present Desktop when you need to switch between multiple programs, or work on files from different programs.
Present Programs when you need to present specific programs or files and don’t want people to see anything else on your computer.
Share your desktop or a program
At the bottom of the conversation window, point to the presentation (monitor) icon.
On the Present tab, do one of the following:
To share the content on your desktop, click Desktop.
Important: When sharing your desktop, everyone in the meeting can see your programs, files, and notifications. If you have confidential information or files that you don’t want people to see, close them or use Present Programs instead.
To share one or more programs or files, click Program, and then select the specific program(s) or file(s).
On the sharing toolbar, on top of the screen, use any of these options:
Click Stop Presenting when you are done sharing your screen.
Click Give Control to share control of your desktop or program with the participants
Click the pin to hide the toolbar and have more space. To un-hide the toolbar, move your mouse to the top of the screen. When the sharing toolbar appears, use any of the controls you need or click the pin again to keep the toolbar visible.
If you want a meeting attendee to share their screen, give them presenter access, so they can use the controls.