Question about Video Cameras
Depending on the laptop, you'll either need to press shift-f5 or fn-f5. This will give you a scrolling type option just as using the quick key "shift-tab" combination would give you.
You'll be able to choose between either your attached monitor, the external display device or both.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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