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Mouse Properties

The mouse properties are the mouse properties and the touchpad properties. How slow or fast do you want the pointer to move? Should typing hide the pointer? What do you want the buttons to do? How much should the wheel scroll the windows? How do you want to use the touchpad?

Mouse Properties

Open the control panel.

Open the printers and other hardware.

Select the mouse properties.

These are the mouse properties.

This completes the mouse properties.

Pointer Options

How slow or fast do you want the pointer to move? Should dialogs move the pointer? Should the pointer have a trail? Should typing hide the pointer? Do you want to highlight the pointer?

How slow or fast do you want the pointer to move?

Do you want dialogs to move the pointer?

If you have a hard time following the cursor,

When you're typing, do you want it to hide the pointer?

If you have a hard time finding the pointer, do you want to be able to highlight it?

The apply button changes the pointer options. The ok button changes the pointer options and closes the mouse properties. The cancel button closes the mouse properties without changing the pointer options.

Buttons

Usually you click the left button and right-click the right button, but you can change it so you click the right button and left-click the left button.

Which touchpad button do you want to click, and do you want to right-click or left-click?

How fast do you want to double-click?

Try out your double-click speed.

Which mouse button do you want to click, and do you want to right-click or left-click?

The apply button changes the buttons. The ok button changes the buttons and closes the mouse properties. The cancel button closes the mouse properties without changing the buttons.

Wheel

Roll the wheel to scroll a window.

When you roll the wheel, how much should it scroll the window?

The apply button changes the wheel. The ok button changes the wheel and closes the mouse properties. The cancel button closes the mouse properties without changing the wheel.

Devices

The devices are just one device, the touchpad.

Do you want to use the touchpad or do you want to ignore it?

When you plug in a mouse, do you still want to use the touchpad?

The apply button changes the devices. The ok button changes the devices and closes the mouse properties. The cancel button closes the mouse properties without changing the devices.

Touchpad

How do you want to use the touchpad?

Do you want to tap the touchpad to click and drag and drop?

How soft or hard do you want to touch the pad?

The touchpad tries to tell the difference between your finger and your palm.

This completes the touchpad.

Gestures

Assign actions to the corners of the touch-pad, for example, you could tap the bottom right corner to right-click. Touch along the edges of the pad to scroll windows.

This completes the gestures.

Edge Motion

How do you want the touchpad to scroll windows?

This completes the edge motion.


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