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Steps in this Helpsheet:

Turn on the Projector

Touch the touch panel screen to wake it up.

Press the Source you want to use to begin. The Projector will power on automatically.

If you pressed the COMPUTER button above, the computer will be selected by default.

You may have to move the mouse to wake the computer. 

Connect a USB Flash Drive


If you would like to use a flash drive the ports are located in the rack on the Aux Panel.


Adjust the Volume

PLEASE NOTE: The volume controls and the menu across the bottom persist regardless of what screen you are on. The laptop screen is shown here only as an example.


Press the PLUS sign as indicated near the top right corner turn up the volume
Press the MINUS sign as indicated near the center right of the touch panel to turn down the volume


Press the MUTE AUDIO button to silence the audio. Press it again to restore the audio.


 

Blank the Screen


Press the *BLANK SCREEN *button at the bottom right to blank the screen. Press it again to restore the picture.
Even though the class won't see anything on the screen, you will still be able to see the picture on the teaching console monitor.

Turn off the Projector

Touch the touch panel screen to wake it up, if needed.

Please note the Laptop screen is shown for example purposes only. You may press the OFF button from any page as the bottom menu persists across all screens. 


From any screen, press the OFF text in the lower left-hand corner.


Confirm that you want to shut down the projector by pressing YES.

The projector will need to cool down for several minutes before it can be turned on again.

Get Help

Emergencies

Call 911 for all emergencies

Call UT Police at 512-471-4441 for all other security concerns

Technology and Classroom Equipment

Contact College of Communication Technology Services for issues with classroom equipment, checkout equipment, and computing.

Call us at 512-471-1199, e-mail us at comm-help@austin.utexas.edu, create a ticket in Moody College Service Desk or come see us at our walk-in helpdesk which is located in CMA3.104.
When you get off the elevator on the 3rd floor of CMA, we're immediately to your right.

Facility

Contact John Kimbrough, College Facilities Manager, by creating a ticket in Moody College Service Desk.

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