How to share my computer screen while using Skype on a Mac?

dvarian

How can I do a screen share while on a group video conference using Skype? I will be using Skype Pro on a MacBook Pro running Mountain Lion.

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jimlynch
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sspade has the right answer for this. The Skype support site has lots of helpful information on other topics too.

https://support.skype.com/en/

sspade
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Skype has a step by step guide on their website that walks you through the process. Since you have a Skype Pro account, you should be able to do it without any problems as long as everyone else on the call is using the latest version of Skype. 

https://support.skype.com/en/faq/FA10022/how-do-i-share-my-screen-in-sky...

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