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Description: MegaPointer Premium is a professional software application for multimedia presentations, interactive lessons, web conferences and diverse educational activities.
It uses interactive vector graphic features in real time and facilitates the transmission of information, demonstrations directly on top of texts, figures, tables, graphs, animations, MS PowerPoint (or similar) presentations, and videos.
MegaPointer Premium functions are summarized below:
a) Vector arrows with animation;
b) Transparent circle markers;
c) Transparent horizontal markers;
d) Transparent vertical markers;
e) MegaCursor in various colors for improved viewing;
f) Icon mode that can hide/show the main panel anytime during a presentation;
g) Spotlight over live screen background and fully adjustable in real time;
h) Free on-screen drawing and writing;
i) Highlighter pen in various colors;
j) Drawing of geometric figures: lines, circles, ellipses, rectangles and squares;
k) Right and Wrong symbols for educational and demonstration purposes;
l) Numbering with or without associated linking lines and legends;
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