GBC F - 160 CE Laminate Trimmer User Manual

Mini Trackball
Optical Mouse
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USER’S GUIDE
400-0122-001B
BRUSSELS HANNOVER BARCELONA TOKYO
MILANO AMSTERDAM SINGAPORE
LONDON PARIS NEW YORK LOS ANGELES TORONTO HONG KONG SYDNEY
MINI TRACKBALL
OPTICAL MOUSE
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Targus Mini Trackball
Optical Mouse. This ergonomically designed mouse connects
directly to your computer’s USB port and allows you to:
• Alternate between the trackball and mouse modes, which
ever best suits your needs
• Enhance your Internet browsing capabilities
• Quickly access program feature options supported under the
Windows® operating system
This user’s guide describes how to connect the mouse to your
computer, install the device drivers and personalize the mouse
features.
In addition to this guide, this package contains:
• Targus Mini Trackball Optical Mouse
• Driver software CD-ROM
System Requirements
To use the mouse, your computer must meet the following
hardware requirements and run one of the operating systems
listed.
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Hardware
• 64 MB RAM or higher, depending on the operating system
• CD-ROM drive
• USB version 1.1 port
Operating System
• Windows® Me/2000/XP
Connecting the Mouse
To connect the mouse to an available USB port, plug the
standard USB end of the cable into an available USB port on
your computer.
You are now ready to install the device drivers for your
operating system.
Installing the Device Drivers
To install the supplied device driver:
1 Turn on your computer.
2 Insert the driver software CD into your computer’s
CD-ROM drive.
3 Click Start, Run, then enter D:\Setup.exe (where D:
is the path of your CD-ROM drive) and then click OK.
The Welcome screen appears.
4 Follow the on-screen instructions.
5 Click Finish to complete the driver installation and restart
your computer.
Once your computer restarts, the mouse icon appears in the
system tray.
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Activating the Trackball Feature
The mouse’s default setting is mouse mode, where the
trackball functions as a standard scroll wheel.
To enable the trackball mode:
1 Press and hold down the middle mouse button (the
trackball) and the right mouse button at the same time.
2 Release both buttons.
You are now able to control your cursor by moving the
trackball while the mouse is stationary or held in your hand.
To disable the trackball mode:
1 Press and hold down the middle mouse button (the
trackball) and the left mouse button at the same time.
2 Release both buttons.
NOTE: Turning off your computer or disconnecting and
reconnecting the mouse automatically disables the trackball
mode.
Personalizing the Mouse Features
NOTE: You may have to remove previously installed mouse or
touchpad software from your computer to fully customize the
mouse features.
You can assign functions to the scroll ball and third mouse
button and control cursor movement by personalizing the
mouse features from the Mouse Properties screen. To do this:
1 Click Start, Settings and Control Panel.
2 Double-click the Mouse icon.
The Mouse Properties screen appears.
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Depending on your operating system, this screen has either
five, six or seven tabs with options for selecting and
controlling mouse features. To save any changes, click Apply.
NOTE: The following option tabs are for all supported
operating systems, except where indicated.
Buttons Tab
Button configuration — allows you to assign the primary
mouse button for right- or left-handed use.
Files and Folders (Windows® 2000 only) — allows you to
assign the number of clicks that are required to open an item.
Double-click speed — adjusts how fast you have to click the
mouse button to register a double-click.
ClickLock (Windows® XP only) — allows you to drag an
icon without holding down the mouse button.
Pointers Tab
This tab allows you to choose how the mouse pointer looks on
the screen.
Pointer Options Tab (Windows® Me/XP)
Motion — adjusts the speed at which the pointer moves across
the screen.
Snap to — allows you to assign the pointer to jump to default
buttons in dialog boxes.
Visibility — allows you to display pointer trails, hide the
pointer while typing and show pointer location when Ctrl is
pressed.
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Wheel Tab (Windows® XP only)
This tab allows you to adjust the scrolling speed. Select the
number of lines that are scrolled at one time or select to scroll
one screen at a time.
Motion Tab (Windows® 2000 only)
Speed — adjusts the speed at which the pointer moves across
the screen.
Acceleration — adjusts the acceleration rate for the pointer.
Snap to default — allows you to assign the pointer to jump to
default buttons in dialog boxes.
Hardware Tab (Windows® 2000/XP)
Selecting the Hardware tab displays general information about
the mouse.
Scroll Ball Tab
Wheel Mode — allows you to choose between the following
modes:
• System default (Intelli-Mouse) mode – enabling this mode
simulates Microsoft® IntelliMouse® and supports features
used with Microsoft® applications, such as zoom, scrolling
and Auto-scrolling.
• Enhanced Scroll Mode – this mode supports all applications
that use scroll bars, with zoom, Auto-panning and scrolling
functions.
Vertical Axis Setting — allows you to adjust the following
features for up and down scroll ball movement.
• Reverse – allows you to turn the reverse mode on and off.
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• Scroll – adjusts the scrolling speed, per line of text. The
settings range is 1 (slow) to 10 (fast).
• Scroll one page per scroll unit – adjusts the scrolling speed,
per one page of text.
Horizontal Axis Setting — allows you to adjust the following
features for left and right scroll ball movement.
• Use for horizontal axis – enabling this feature allows for side
scroll ball movement.
• Reverse – allows you to turn the reverse mode on and off.
• Scroll – adjusts the scrolling speed, per line of text. The
settings range is 1 (slow) to 10 (fast).
• Scroll one page per scroll unit – adjusts the scrolling speed,
per one page of text.
• Use for application switch – enabling this option allows you
to use the scroll ball as a toggle button to alternate between
two or more active applications or tasks. Emulates the Alt +
Tab keyboard shortcut.
• Use for Web site switch – enabling this option allows you to
use the scroll ball as a toggle button to alternate between two
active Internet sessions.
Third Button Tab
This tab allows you to assign a frequently used mouse or
keyboard function to the third mouse button. The options are:
Launch Default Browser — opens an active Internet session
via your default browser.
Launch Default E-Mail — opens your default email
application.
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Office 97 Document Zoom (Ctrl Lock) — allows you to
magnify or minimize documents in Microsoft® Office 97 and
enables quicker access to some keyboard shortcuts.
Shift Lock — locks the Shift key for alternate key strokes.
Emulates holding down the Shift key on the keyboard.
Zoom — allows you to increase (zoom in) or decrease (zoom
out) the magnification of a graphic.
• Zoomed Area – allows you to define the size of the section
for magnification. The settings range is 2 x 2 (smallest) to
64 x 48 (largest).
• Zoom Factor allows you to define the magnification level.
The settings range is 2 (lowest) to 8 (highest).
Auto Scroll — allows you to scroll a document, graphic or
Web site without the “trackball.” To disable this feature, click
the left mouse button one time.
Others — allows you to assign one of 38 available keyboard
functions, such as Enter, Page Up, Page Down, F1 - F10 and
Tab.
Things to Remember
Safety Measures
Never point the mouse’s optical sensor toward the face,
particularly the eyes, to avoid possible injury.
Operating Hints
When using an optical mouse, for optimal performance:
• Never use the mouse on a glass or mirrored surface or on
black velvet as these surfaces will cause the mouse to fail
temporarily.
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• Avoid using the mouse on surfaces with repetitive patterns,
such as printed magazine photographs, as this type of surface
may cause the mouse to respond slowly or fail temporarily.
Comfortable Usage
Research suggests that physical discomfort and injury to
nerves, tendons, and muscles may be related to repetitive
motion, an improperly set up work area, incorrect body
posture, or poor work habits.
To reduce the risk of injury, follow these precautions:
• Stand, stretch, and move around several times every hour.
• Switch hands while performing tasks. Use shortcut keys to
avoid repetitive or awkward mouse movements.
• Relax your shoulders and keep your elbows at your sides.
Adjust the keyboard’s position so that you don’t have to
stretch to reach it.
• Adjust your position so that you don’t have to bend your
wrists to type; avoid placing your wrists on a sharp edge.
If you feel discomfort or numbness in your hands, wrists, arms,
shoulders, neck, or back while typing, consult a qualified
medical professional.
Technical Support
For technical questions, please visit:
Internet:
http://www.targus.com/support.asp
Australia
Internet:
www.targus.com.au
Email:
infoaust@targus.com
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. (08:30) to 5:30 p.m. (17:30)
Eastern time:
1-800-641-645
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Canada
Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. (09:00) to 5:00 p.m. (17:00)
Eastern time:
888-827-4877
Europe
Belgium
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Eastern Europe & others
+32 0 02-717-2451
+45 0 35-25-8751
+33 0 1-64-53-9151
+49 0 21-16-579-1151
+39 0 24-827-1151
+31 0 53-484-9470
+34 0 91-745-6221
+46 0 8-751-4058
+41 0 1-212-0007
+44 0 20-7744-0330
+31 0 53-484-9479
Product Registration
For more efficient customer service and to activate the product’s
warranty, Targus recommends that you register your Targus accessory
shortly after purchasing it.
To register your Targus accessory, go to:
http://www.targus.com/registration.asp
You will need to provide your full name, email address, phone number,
and company information (if applicable).
Warranty
Targus warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for one year. If your Targus accessory is found to be
defective within that time, we will promptly repair or replace it. This
warranty does not cover accidental damage, wear and tear, or
consequential or incidental loss. Under no conditions is Targus liable for
loss of, or damage to a computer; nor loss of, or damage to, programs,
records, or data; nor any consequential or incidental damages, even if
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Targus has been informed of their possibility. This warranty does not
affect your statutory rights.
Warranty Registration at:
http://www.targus.com/registration.asp
Regulatory Compliance
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
FCC Statement
Tested to Comply
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
• Move the computer away from the receiver
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
Microsoft, IntelliMouse and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All
other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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