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How to draw in office communicator?

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Ive seen people being able to draw freehand pictures and lines into office communicator 2007. how so i do this?
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Hello,

That functionality is available through a Live Meeting Conference. Your OCS server would need to be setup to host Live Meeting conferences. You also need Enterprise CALs for your users.

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Or, if you are referring tablet PCs, 2007 supported INK.  If they have a tablet to a pen attached, then you can write/draw freehand and it will come across in the IM message.  

You can verify by reviewing the release notes: http://download.microsoft.com/download/d/b/2/db28fa11-62d3-489b-8038-7f9e8bfffaf9/Office_Communications_Server_2007_RTM_Relnotes.htm 
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