Re: LaTeX and Tablet PCs
- From: Turgut Durduran <ugdc@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 12 Mar 2009 08:52:37 +0000 (UTC)
On 2009-03-11, Da Zing <rjelzinga@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I basically use LaTeX to generate pdf files and while presenting I mark
them up with the stylus while presenting.
How do you mark up with the stylus. Is this a feature of Adobe
Reader, or do I need professional? Or do I need another viewer
altogether? Can the marked up pdfs be saved as such?
MS-Journal which presumably came with your computer can import PDF files
and you can write on them while presenting. I believe it has a full-screen
I do not use windows, I have linux based UMPC, on that I use "xournal"
(opensource free etc) or "jarnal" (opensource free etc).
If you do not have MS-Journal, you can use jarnal on windows too (for
All this software can save the marked up pdfs in their own format or
export to pdf. I use this feature all the time to mark-up papers and send
them to students, postdocs etc.
I bet there is a way to do this in windows too, but I would not, however,
under linux, if you have a device that can run "compiz", you can use its
"annotate" plug-in to mark up anything you want on the screen. That only
can be saved as screen shots. I use this sometimes if I am teaching
someone how to use a piece of software etc.
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