1 WebEx Meeting Center User Guide For Hosts, Presenters, and Attendees 8.17
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3 Table of Contents Setting up and Preparing for a Meeting...1 About setting up Meeting Center...1 Setting up Meeting Center...2 System requirements for Meeting Center for Windows...2 Setting up Meeting Center for Windows...2 Uninstalling for Windows...3 Preparing for a meeting...4 Checking your system for UCF Compatibility...4 About WebEx Connect...5 About sharing a remote computer...5 Joining a Meeting...7 About joining...8 About the Join Meeting page...8 Joining a meeting from an instant message...8 Joining from an invitation...9 Joining from the Meeting Center calendar...10 Joining a meeting from the host's personal page...11 Joining a meeting using the meeting number...11 i
4 Joining a meeting from your Meeting Center Web site using the meeting number...11 Joining a meeting from the host's personal page using the meeting number...12 Joining a meeting from your iphone...12 Joining a meeting from your BlackBerry...13 Registering for a meeting...13 About registering for a meeting...14 Registering from an message...14 Registering from the meeting calendar...15 Registering from the host's personal page...16 Obtaining information about a scheduled meeting...16 About obtaining meeting information...17 About the Meeting Information page...17 Obtaining information from an message...18 Obtaining information from the meeting calendar...18 Obtaining information from the host's personal page...19 Adding a meeting to your calendar program...19 About adding a meeting to your calendar program...20 Adding a meeting to your calendar program...20 Using the Calendar...21 About the meeting calendar...21 Viewing the meeting calendar...22 ii
5 Selecting a date on the meeting calendar...23 Searching for a meeting on the meeting calendar...25 Sorting the meeting calendar...25 Refreshing the meeting calendar...26 Selecting a language and time zone on the meeting calendar...26 Registering for a meeting from the meeting calendar...27 About the Register for a Meeting page...27 About the Today view...28 About the Daily view...30 About the Weekly view...32 About the Monthly view...34 About the Search Results page...35 Scheduling a Meeting...39 Choosing the scheduler that works for you...39 About the Quick Scheduler...40 About the Quick Scheduler page...40 Using the Quick Scheduler...48 About the Advanced Scheduler...49 Choosing a level of security for a scheduled meeting...49 Using the Advanced Scheduler...50 Page-by-page guide to the Advanced Scheduler...52 About the Required Information page...53 iii
6 About the Date & Time page...57 About the Audio Conference page...60 About the Invite Attendees page...65 About the Registration page...69 About the Agenda & Welcome page...72 About the Meeting Options page...78 About the Attendee Privileges page...81 About the Review page...84 Managing and maintaining your scheduled meetings...84 Adding a scheduled meeting to your calendar program...85 Editing a scheduled meeting...86 Starting a scheduled meeting...87 Starting a meeting from your iphone...88 Canceling a scheduled meeting...89 Saving time when scheduling a meeting...90 Using meeting templates...90 Setting up a recurring meeting...94 Allowing another user to schedule meetings for you...95 About the Meeting Scheduled page (for meeting hosts)...96 About the Meeting Information page (for meeting hosts)...97 About the Meeting Information page (for attendees)...98 About the Meeting Updated page...98 iv
7 Scheduling an Audio Only Meeting About Audio Only meetings Setting up an Audio Only meeting Starting an Audio Only meeting Managing and maintaining your scheduled meetings Adding a scheduled meeting to your calendar program Editing an Audio Only meeting Canceling an Audio Only meeting About the Required Information page Questions about required information for setting up an Audio Only meeting..108 About the Date & Time page Questions about setting the date and time for an Audio Only meeting About the Teleconference Settings page Questions about teleconference settings About the Create or Edit Personal Conference Number page About the Invite Attendees page Questions about inviting attendees About the Select Attendees page About the Audio Only Meeting Information page (host) About the Audio Only Meeting Information page (for attendees) v
8 Assigning Sounds to Participant Actions Granting Privileges during a Meeting Selecting attendees About Default privileges Granting or removing privileges Granting or removing Chat privileges Granting or removing document privileges Granting or removing viewing privileges Granting or removing meeting privileges Using WebEx Audio Joining or leaving an audio conference Using your telephone to join or leave an audio conference Using your computer to join or leave an audio conference Switching audio connection modes Inviting a contact to join by phone Muting and unmuting microphones in an audio conference Muting microphones automatically when participants join a meeting Muting and unmuting specific microphones Muting and unmuting all attendees' microphones simultaneously Muting and unmuting your microphone in an audio conference Asking to speak in an audio conference Determining who is speaking in an audio conference vi
9 Using caller authentication to start or join an audio conference Specifying call-in authentication for your host account Using an authentication PIN Editing or updating your stored phone numbers Using Integrated VoIP Conferences Starting or ending an Integrated VoIP conference Joining or leaving an Integrated VoIP Conference Asking to speak in an Integrated VoIP conference Allowing a participant to speak in an Integrated VoIP conference Speaking in an Integrated VoIP conference Muting and unmuting microphones in an Integrated VoIP conference Muting and unmuting participant microphones Muting and unmuting your microphone Understanding the speaker queue for Integrated VoIP Setting Integrated VoIP conference options Setting Up a One-Click Meeting About setting up a One-Click Meeting Setting up your One-Click Meeting on the Web About the One-Click Settings page Installing WebEx Productivity Tools Starting a One-Click Meeting Removing WebEx Productivity Tools vii
10 Understanding the Meeting Window A quick tour of the Meeting window Performing tasks on shared content Understanding the menu bar Changing views in a file or whiteboard Using annotation tools on shared content Sharing information Working with panels Managing panels Minimizing panels Expanding and collapsing panels Restoring the panel layout Accessing panel options Resizing the content viewer and panels area Accessing panels in full-screen view Manipulating panels in full-screen view Sharing in full-screen view Synchronizing attendee displays Viewing Panel alerts Managing a Meeting About managing meetings Inviting attendees to a meeting in progress viii
11 Inviting attendees by instant message to a meeting in progress Inviting attendees by to a meeting in progress Inviting participants by phone to a meeting in progress Inviting participants by text message (SMS) to a meeting in progress Designating a presenter Transferring the host role to an attendee Reclaiming the host role Obtaining information about a meeting after it starts Editing a message or greeting during a meeting Restricting access to a meeting Removing an attendee from a meeting Leaving a meeting Sending a meeting transcript to participants Ending a meeting Managing Recorded Meetings Opening the My Recorded Meetings Page About the Recording Information page About the My Recorded Meetings page Uploading a recorded meeting file Editing information about a recorded meeting About the Add/Edit Recorded Meetings page Sending an to share a recorded meeting ix
12 Sharing Presentations, Documents, and Whiteboards Granting sharing privileges Content viewer tools Changing views in a file or whiteboard Using annotation tools on shared content Sharing information Sharing presentations or documents Sharing a document or presentation Determining whether participants can view a page or slide Tips for sharing documents and presentations Choosing an import mode for document or presentation sharing Closing shared documents and presentations Sharing a whiteboard Starting whiteboard sharing Closing a shared whiteboard Navigating presentations, documents, or whiteboards Navigating slides, pages, or whiteboards using the toolbar Advancing pages or slides automatically Animating and adding effects to shared slides Using keyboard shortcuts to control a presentation Working with pages or slides Adding new pages to shared files or whiteboards x
13 Pasting images in slides, pages, or whiteboards Managing views of presentations, documents, or whiteboards Zooming in and out on slides, pages, or whiteboards Controlling full-screen view of slides, pages, or whiteboards Viewing thumbnails of slides, pages, or whiteboards Synchronizing attendees' views of slides, pages, or whiteboards Clearing annotations on slides, pages, or whiteboards Clearing pointers on slides, pages, or whiteboards Renaming the tab for a presentation, document, or whiteboard Reordering the tabs for documents, presentations, and whiteboards Saving, opening, and printing presentations, documents, or whiteboards Saving a presentation, document, or whiteboard Opening a saved document, presentation, or whiteboard Printing presentations, documents, or whiteboards If you are a meeting attendee Displaying pages, slides, or whiteboards Synchronizing your view of pages, slides, or whiteboards Sharing Web Content About sharing Web content Sharing Web content Differences between sharing Web content and sharing a Web browser xi
14 Sharing Software Sharing applications Starting application sharing Sharing several applications at once Stopping application sharing for all participants Sharing your desktop Starting desktop sharing Stopping desktop sharing Sharing a Web browser Starting Web browser sharing Stopping Web browser sharing Sharing a remote computer Starting remote computer sharing Sharing additional applications on a shared remote computer Stopping remote computer sharing Managing a shared remote computer Reducing the screen resolution for a shared remote computer Disabling and enabling the keyboard when sharing a remote computer Adjusting the size of the view of a shared remote computer Hiding the contents on a shared remote computer's screen Sending a Ctrl+Alt+Del command to a shared remote computer Selecting an application on a shared remote computer xii
15 Controlling views of shared software Pausing and resuming software sharing Controlling full-screen view of shared software Synchronizing views of shared software Selecting a monitor to share Controlling your view as an attendee Closing your attendee sharing window Switching your attendee view Annotating Shared Software Starting and stopping annotation Using annotation tools Letting an attendee annotate shared software Requesting annotation control of shared software Giving up annotation control Stopping an attendee from annotating shared software Taking a screen capture of annotations on shared software Granting attendees control of shared software Requesting remote control of shared software Letting an attendee remotely control shared software Automatically letting attendees remotely control shared software Stopping remote control of shared software Sharing applications with detailed color (Windows) xiii
16 Sharing applications with detailed color (Mac) Tips for Sharing Software Using Chat Sending chat messages Assigning sounds to incoming chat messages Printing chat messages Saving chat messages Saving chat messages to a new file Saving changes to a chat file Creating a copy of previously saved chat messages Opening a chat file during a meeting Polling Attendees Preparing a poll questionnaire Creating a poll questionnaire Editing a questionnaire Displaying a timer during polling Opening a poll Viewing and sharing poll results Viewing poll results Sharing poll results with attendees Saving and opening poll questionnaires and results Saving a poll questionnaire in a meeting xiv
17 Saving results of a poll Opening a poll questionnaire file Transferring and Downloading Files During a Meeting Publishing files during a Meeting Downloading Files During a Meeting Managing and Taking Notes Specifying note-taking options for a meeting Choosing a note taker Enabling closed captions About taking notes Taking personal notes Taking public notes (meeting minutes) Providing closed captions Saving notes to a file Sending a meeting transcript to participants Managing Video Turning on or off video options in a meeting Specifying video camera options About video options Limiting bandwidth usage and network congestion Synchronizing video images Taking screen captures of live video xv
18 Sending and viewing video Setting up video Sending live video Specifying video camera options About video options Pausing or stopping video Limiting bandwidth usage and network congestion Using multipoint video System requirements for viewing multiple videos Viewing live video Viewing Video in a WebEx meeting with TelePresence Viewing video in a floating window Viewing multiple videos in a floating window Zooming in or out Controlling full-screen view of live video Using My WebEx About My WebEx Obtaining a user account Logging in to and out of the WebEx service site Using your list of meetings About your list of meetings Opening your meetings list xvi
19 Maintaining your scheduled meetings list About the My WebEx Meetings page About the My WebEx Meetings page - Daily tab About the My WebEx Meetings page - Weekly tab About the My WebEx Meetings page - Monthly tab About the My WebEx Meetings page - All Meetings tab Maintaining Your Personal Meeting Room Page About your Personal Meeting Room page Viewing your Personal Meeting Room page Setting options for your Personal Meeting Room page Sharing files on your Personal Meeting Room page Using Access Anywhere (My Computers) About the My Computers page Maintaining files in your personal folders About maintaining files in your folders Opening your personal folders, documents, and files Adding new folders to your personal folders Uploading files to your personal folders Moving or copying files or folders in your personal folders Editing information about files or folders in your personal folders Searching for files or folders in your personal folders Downloading files in your personal folders xvii
20 Deleting files or folders in your personal folders About the My WebEx Files > My Documents page About the Edit Folder Properties page Opening the My Recordings Page Uploading a recording file Editing information about a recording Sending an to share a recording About the Add/Edit Recording page Playback control options About the Recording Information page About the My WebEx Files > My Recordings page About the My WebEx Files > My Recordings > Meetings page About the My WebEx Files > My Recordings > Miscellaneous page Maintaining contact information About maintaining contact information Opening your address book Adding a contact to your address book About the New/Edit Contact page Importing contact information in a file to your address book About the Contact Information CSV template Importing contact information from Outlook to your address book Viewing and editing contact information in your address book xviii
21 Finding a contact in your personal address book Creating a distribution list in your address book Editing a distribution list in your address book About the Add/Edit Distribution List page Deleting contact information in your address book Maintaining your user profile About maintaining your user profile About the My WebEx Profile page Editing your user profile Managing scheduling templates About managing scheduling templates Managing scheduling templates Maintaining personal conference numbers About maintaining personal conference number accounts Adding or editing a personal conference number account About the My Audio page About the Add/Edit Personal Conference Number page Using your personal conference numbers Controlling an audio-only meeting Deleting a personal conference number account Generating Reports About generating reports xix
22 Generating reports Index xx
23 Chapter 1 1 Setting up and Preparing for a Meeting If you want to See get an overview of setting up Meeting Center About setting up Meeting Center (on page 1) set up Meeting Center for Windows remove Meeting Center from your computer make sure your system can handle Universal Communications Format (UCF) media files Setting up Meeting Center for Windows (on page 2) Uninstalling Meeting Center for Windows (on page 3) Checking your system for UCF Compatibility (on page 4) get an overview of setting up WebEx Connect About WebEx Connect (on page 5) About setting up Meeting Center To participate in a meeting, you must set up Meeting Center on your computer. Once you schedule, start, or join a meeting for the first time, your meeting service Web site starts the setup process. However, to save time, you can set up the application at any time before scheduling, starting, or joining a meeting. 1
24 Chapter 1: Setting up and Preparing for a Meeting Setting up Meeting Center If you want to get an overview of system requirements set up Meeting Center for Windows check your system for UCF compatibility See System requirements for Meeting Center for Windows (on page 2) Setting up Meeting Center for Windows (on page 2) Checking your system for UCF Compatibility (on page 4) System requirements for Meeting Center for Windows You can find the system requirements and other information about compatible browsers and operating systems on the User Guides page for your service: 1 Log in to your WebEx Meeting Center site. 2 On the WebEx Meeting Center navigation bar, click Support > User Guides. 3 On the right side of the page, under Release Notes and FAQs, click the link for release notes. Setting up Meeting Center for Windows 2 Before installing Meeting Center, ensure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements. For details, see System requirements for Meeting Manager for Windows (on page 2). If you are not using the Windows operating system, please refer to our FAQ, which includes information about setting up Meeting Center on other operating systems. To go to the list of FAQs: 1 On your Meeting Center Web site, on the left navigation bar, click Support > User Guides. 2 On the User Guides page, under Release Notes and FAQs, click the link for FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions). A list of questions displays, arranged by topic. Look for your information about your operating system under Minimum System Requirements.
25 Chapter 1: Setting up and Preparing for a Meeting To set up Meeting Center for Windows: 1 On the navigation bar, expand Set Up, and then click Meeting Manager. The Set Up page appears. 2 Click Set Up. 3 If a security dialog box appears, click Yes. Setup continues. A progress message box appears, indicating the progress of setup. 4 On the Setup Complete page, click OK. You can now start, schedule, or join a meeting. Note: Alternatively, you can download the Meeting Manager for Windows Installer from the Support page on your Meeting Center Web site, and then install Meeting Manager on your Web browser. This option is useful if your system does not allow you to install Meeting Manager directly from the Set Up page. If you or another attendee plans to share Universal Communications Format (UCF) media files during a meeting, you can verify that the required components are installed on your system to play the media files. For details, see Checking your system for UCF Compatibility (on page 4). Uninstalling for Windows You can easily uninstall or remove Meeting Manager for Windows on your computer. 1 Do one of the following: For Windows 2000: On your computer's desktop, double-click My Computer, and then open the Control Panel folder. For Windows XP: Click Start, and then click Control Panel. 2 Double-click Add/Remove Programs or Add or Remove Programs, depending on your computer's operating system. A dialog box appears, showing a list of programs installed on your computer. 3 In the list, select WebEx. 4 Click Add/Remove or Change/Remove, depending on your computer's operating system. A message appears, asking you to confirm that you want to remove the software. 5 Click Yes. 3
26 Chapter 1: Setting up and Preparing for a Meeting The Uninstall WebEx Software dialog box appears. 6 Select Meeting Manager. 7 Click Uninstall. 8 Once the software is removed, click Finish. Select an option to restart your computer now or later. Preparing for a meeting To take advantage of the many features available in a meeting, check your system and then install some tools to extend meeting capabilities. Check your system for UCF compatibility (if you have presentations with animations, save them as.ucf so meeting attendees can view these effects) More (on page 4) Set up and install Cisco WebEx Connect More (on page 5) Share a remote computer, if this feature is available More (on page 5) Checking your system for UCF Compatibility If you intend to play or view Universal Communications Format (UCF) media files during the meeting, either as a presenter or an attendee, you can verify that the following components are installed on your computer: Flash Player, for playing a Flash movie or interactive Flash files Windows Media Player for playing audio or video files Checking your system is useful if you or another presenter plans to share a UCF multimedia presentation or standalone UCF media files. To check your system for UCF compatibility: 1 On the navigation bar, do one of the following: If you are a new meeting service user, click New User?. If you are already a meeting service user, expand Set Up, then click Meeting Manager. 2 Click Verify your rich media players. 3 Click the links to verify that the required players are installed on your computer. 4
27 Chapter 1: Setting up and Preparing for a Meeting Note: The option to check your system for required rich media players is available only if your Meeting Center Web site includes the UCF option. About WebEx Connect Use WebEx Connect, the instant messenger for business users to send secure instant messages, invite or remind participants, and manage a meeting. Connect integrates with Microsoft Outlook corporate directories and calendars, encrypts messages and scans them for viruses, and offers quick access to business conferencing services from WebEx. To download WebEx Connect: 1 Log in to your Meeting Center Web site. 2 On the Meeting Center navigation bar, click Support > Downloads. 3 Scroll down to the section of the page describing WebEx Connect. Click the link to learn more about this product and download it. About sharing a remote computer Use remote computer sharing to show all meeting attendees a remote computer. Depending on how you set up the remote computer, you can show the entire desktop or just specific applications. Use remote computer sharing to show attendees an application or file that is available only on a remote computer. Attendees can view your remote computer, including all your mouse movements, in a sharing window on their screens. You can share a remote computer during a meeting for which you are the presenter, if: You have installed the Access Anywhere Agent on the remote computer You logged in to your Meeting Center Web site before joining the meeting, if you are not the original meeting host For information about setting up a computer so you can access it remotely, refer to the Access Anywhere User's Guide. 5
29 Chapter 2 2 Joining a Meeting If you want to... See... get an overview of joining a meeting About joining a meeting (on page 8) join a meeting from an instant message join a meeting from an invitation join a meeting from the meeting calendar join a meeting from the host's personal meeting page join a meeting if the meeting is not listed on the calendar or on the host's personal meeting page obtain information about a meeting, such as its agenda and meeting number add a scheduled to your calendar program, such as Microsoft Outlook Joining a meeting from an instant message (on page 8) Joining a meeting from an invitation (on page 9) Joining a meeting from the meeting calendar (on page 10) Joining a meeting from the host's personal page (on page 11) Joining a meeting using the meeting number (on page 11) Obtaining information about a scheduled meeting (on page 16) Adding a meeting to your calendar program (on page 19) register for a meeting Registering for a meeting (on page 13) 7
30 Chapter 2: Joining a Meeting About joining You can join a meeting in a number of ways. The simplest and quickest is by clicking the meeting URL, which the host can send you via an invitation message or an instant message. If the host has given you just the meeting number, you have a couple of ways to join the meeting. For details, see Joining a meeting using the meeting number (on page 11). Note: The meeting host may choose to record the meeting. About the Join Meeting page To access this page: Click the meeting link in your invitation message, and then click Join Now. When joining a meeting, you may need to enter some details on the Join Meeting page: Your name: Enter the name you want attendees to use to identify you during the meeting. address: Enter your address, in this format: for example, Meeting password: Enter the meeting password. The meeting host may have included the password in the invitation or, for security reasons, provided it to you in another way. If the meeting does not require a password, the text box does not appear on this page. Joining a meeting from an instant message 1 From the instant message window, click the link to join the meeting. 8
31 Chapter 2: Joining a Meeting 2 On the Meeting Information page, enter the requested information. For instance, you may be asked to enter the meeting password. 3 Click Join Now. The Meeting window appears. Joining from an invitation If you received an invitation to a meeting, you can join the meeting by clicking a link in the invitation. Note: As you fill in the information requested, you may also be asked to type your username and password. This page appears only if the meeting host requires that you have a user account to attend the meeting. To join a listed meeting from an invitation message: 1 Open your invitation, and then click the link. 2 On the Meeting Information page, enter any requested information. For details, see About the Join Meeting page (on page 8). 3 Click Join Now. The Meeting window appears. Note: If you did not receive an invitation to a meeting, you can also join a meeting directly from your Meeting Center Web site or from the host's Personal Meeting Room page. For details, 9
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