Draw on screen with PointerFocus Annotation Tools

When doing presentations or making demo videos, it's very helpful to draw directly on screen. You can mark important part of screen or draw some simple diagrams. This will help your audience understand your presentation more easily and make your demonstration more impressive.

With the help of PointerFocus Annotation Tools you can draw directly on screen easily.

PointerFocus is a handy Windows application designed for presenters, trainers and teachers. The application offers some easy-to-use functions such as on-screen annotation, highlight cursor, mouse spotlight, keystroke visualization and screen magnifier.

You can download the software from the following link:

The pen icon on the PointerFocus tools circle is the Annotation Tools button.

annotation pen

By clicking this button (You can also launch this function by pressing hotkey F11 or using mouse gesture.) you will enter the Annotation Mode. In this mode you can draw on any part of your screen directly. The drawing is opacity, so you can use it as virtual highlighter pen to mark text or any part of your screen to your audience.

PointerFocus offers 5 annotation drawing tools.

  • Pen
  • Line
  • Arrow
  • Rectangle
  • Ellipse
By right clicking you can easily switch between these tools. In this way you can draw some simple diagrams to show your ideas.

screen annotation pen demo

In the PointerFocus options dialog you can change the Color, Opacity and Size of the annotation pen.

annotation options

And more...

Besides Annotation Tools PointerFocus also offers some other helpful functions. This handy software helps many presenters and trainers to make their demonstrations more impressive. You can learn more information about PointerFocus by visiting the Home Page of PointerFocus.