Write or draw directly on to the Desktop
You may also like
VirtualBoard was a tool created for professional needs, to teach people how to use Windows, with projection on large screen: instead of using big explanations in an incomprehensible technical jargon for a newbie (example: " Click on 'Start' Menu on the left side of the taskbar, at the bottom of Windows desktop " ), it was more enerigizing and motivating to show what must be done ( " look at the red arrow I've drawn on the screen, and click at the place the arrow indicates. " ) All that with one imperative: minimum of mouse clicks!
However, VirtualBoard is NOT a paint software, so you will never see advanced functions. Also, it is NOT a presentation software. VirtualBoard is rather an attempt to combine painting and presentation by keeping only essential functions and most of all with the quickest access as possible.