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Windows 7: What do I need to discuss some written Math between 2 different OS?

19 Jul 2014   #1

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What do I need to discuss some written Math between 2 different OS?


I need to do some discussion with someone else in another country regarding a research paper we are collaborating at. I'm using a Windows 7 machine. She is having a Mac laptop. In particular, I'll need to write down lots of math equations interactively (i.e. She needs to see & hear what I'm doing in real time). I'm not sure what software can help me do that and what tool/tools I can use/buy in order to help me NOT use the computer mouse to write!

P.S. I have an Apple IPAD3 (not sure if this can help me evade using the mouse to write). It's still not very convenient to write with my fingers but at least it is better than the mouse but I'm not sure what software can project what I'm doing to my windows 7 machine and finally to her remote mac machine?

Would be happy to hear your suggestions...

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19 Jul 2014   #2


In my opinion the Cisco WebEx would be exactly what you need and are looking for. The free plan allows max three participants in online meeting, for bigger groups you need to pay for.

See this article on our sister site the PC Help Forum for more information: Cisco WebEx - Free Online Meeting and Collaboration Tool

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 What do I need to discuss some written Math between 2 different OS?

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