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It is strongly recommended to practice using your Wacom One device without any audience before using it in a live lecture setting. You can for example use your Personal meeting room and additionally connect as a guest using a mobile device (see above). Then test screen sharing, drawing on slides, etc. After practicing, your first live lecture with Wacom One will be much more enjoyable.

Using multiple displays

(more detailed instructions coming up soon)

It is highly recommended


to use Wacom One as a


secondary display that extends your desktop.

  • This way, Wacom One will show your Powerpoint slides and your main screen primary display remains in full use.
  • A major benefit is that you can monitor Zoom chat and manage the Zoom meeting on your main screen even during a slide show.

(If you need to modify your display settings, you can do it by right-clicking Desktop → Display Settings → Multiple Displays → Extend these displays. See Microsoft Support for more instructions if necessary).

Step 1. Setup Powerpoint presentation so that the full screen presentation mode shows is displayed on Wacom One (Powerpoint → Slide Show → Monitor → Select Wacom One). Also, uncheck Use Presenter View (or un-maximize Presenter View during the presentation to keep Zoom controls visible).

Step 2. In Zoom, share the whole Wacom One screen. So, not Not the Powerpoint window, but really the whole Wacom One screen. In the example below, Wacom One is Screen 2 and main display is Screen 1. 


This leaves your main display free for managing the Zoom session (. Zoom meeting controls can be opened from the bottom of the screen (move mouse to the green label You are screen sharing).

  • You can draw on the slides during the presentation.
  • Moving in the presentation is easiest using the arrow keys. Tap the Wacom One with the pen so that the Powerpoint presentation becomes active and then press arrow key. There are also some other useful keyboard shortcuts (see below).
  • You can also move in the presentation by taking the pen to the bottom left corner of the display. A Powerpoint navigation menu appears and you can move forward or backward.
  • Taking the pen close to the display and pressing the button on the pen corresponds to a right-click and opens up a menu.

When the whole Wacom One screen is shared, you can simply drag new windows to the Wacom screen if you want to show for example a browser window at some point.


Here are some useful Powerpoint shortcuts that you can use while you are presenting with Wacom One. The keyboard shortcuts work when your Wacom One has the input focus (tap the screen the Powerpoint presentation is active. Tap the Wacom One display with the pen to ensure this)make the Powerpoint presentation active.

EErase on-screen annotationsink markup.
Ctrl+MShow or hide ink markup.

Show blank white slide / Return to presentation from the white slide.

This is the fastest way to show a digital whiteboard during a presentation.

BBlack blank slide (see white slide above)
Arrow keysMove inside the presentation