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Setting touch screen preferences
To set touch screen preferences for visual feedback, select Start > Control Panel > Hardware
and Sound > Pen and Touch. These preferences are specific to the touch screen and the
To set touch screen preferences for left-handed or right-handed users, select Start > Control
Panel > Hardware and Sound > Tablet PC Settings > Other tab. These preferences are
specific to the touch screen and the computer.
To set pointing device preferences such as pointer speed, click speed, and mouse trails, select
Start > Devices and Printers. Then, right-click the device representing your computer, and
select Mouse settings. These preferences apply to any pointing device in the system.
To change or test click settings:
Select Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound> Pen and Touch > Pen Options tab.
Under Pen Actions, select the action, and then click Settings.
After making any changes or testing the settings, click OK.
To change or create flick assignments:
Select Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound> Pen and Touch > Flicks tab.
Click Navigational flicks and editing flicks, and then click Customize.
Follow the on-screen instructions to change or create a flick assignment.
Using touch screen settings
Use the touch screen settings to change or reset the following functions:
Press-and-Hold to Right-Click (this functions like the right button on a mouse)
Enable/disable Touch Sound
Calibrate (pen and touch settings)
Auto Mode: Input modes for pen and touch are enabled at the same time.
Double-Tap Mode: Input mode for the pen is enabled, and touch is initially disabled.
To enable touch while in double-tap mode, use your finger to double-tap the touch
screen. If the pen is brought into close proximity of the touch screen, touch is disabled
again. You must then double-tap the touch screen with your finger to re-enable touch.
Chapter 4 Pointing devices, touch screen, and keyboard