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Monitor sharing of multiple monitors

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I have used apps like GotoMeeting  and Joinme to share my screen with others.  Does anyone know how to share multiple monitors? Ideally I would share up to 4 monitors.  Each monitor has it's own collection of windows open and those are best viewed as individual monitor displays. How to share screens so that the guest has the option to view all 4 monitors at once on one screen on their PC vs the option to view the 4 monitors separately on each of their own 4 monitors?

Guest view option one-see all 4 of my monitors on 1 of their monitors
Guest view option two-see each of my 4 monitors individually on 4 of their monitors.
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You could try TeamViewer this allows you to view all monitors. You also have the option to have each monitor open in a seperate window.
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Did you try to use TeamViewer? http://www.teamviewer.com/en/index.aspx

It has option:
Active monitor
Show all monitors: Shows all monitor screens at the same time in a single
window if your partner is using multiple monitors.
Show monitor X: Shows your partner's available monitors.
If you activate the Pop out monitors as individual windows option, the
corresponding monitor is displayed in a separate session window.

Here is full manual: http://www.teamviewer.com/en/res/pdf/TeamViewer8-Manual-RemoteControl-en.pdf

Feature described above is on page 15.

Hope it helps.

Regards!
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