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Posted by: azmina, January 12, 2008, 8:18pm
I have never used Netmeeting in XP before.  I know from reading about it you can use it for chatting to people in the network.  I have set it up on my PC but I dont know how to invite people on there as its not made clear on the actual software.  Please could someonne advise on how to configure netmeeting so i am able to use it for simple chatting.


Posted by: admin, January 12, 2008, 9:45pm; Reply: 1

Microsoft Netmeeting is a free program that comes installed on most Windows computers. Netmeeting allows people to ‘dial’ one another to connect computers, sharing files, chatting, even seeing and hearing one another if the computers have that capability. One major advantage of Netmeeting for teaching is that it enables an instructor to host an online class session over a distance. This guide describes how to locate and configure Netmeeting on your computer (if you have a Windows 2000 or XP system) as well as how to set up and host a meeting.

download the following step-by-step guide in PDF document produced by the Instructional Technology Resource Center
Posted by: azmina, January 12, 2008, 11:35pm; Reply: 2
Thanks, appreciate it
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