On May 27th, the newest version of Skype, version 4.1, was released in beta and includes for the first time one-to-one screen sharing. This means that two 4.1 users in a Skype call could view one of the participant’s desktops in real time. This would allow someone share a document or presentation for discussion, such as in a long-distance Bible class scenario.
Martin and Sallie did a test call using Skype 4.1 screen sharing feature and took these screen shots –
Activate screen sharing in one of two places in your Skype window
Sallie’s view of Martin’s shared desktop. Display was 775 pixels wide and readable.