Using the TOSHIBA Dual Pointing Device. Toshiba Z10t, PT132U00500S, PT132U00600S, Z10t-A1111, Z10t-A1110, PT132U-00500S, Z15t-A1210, PT131U00202D


Add to my manuals
156 Pages

advertisement

Using the TOSHIBA Dual Pointing Device. Toshiba Z10t, PT132U00500S, PT132U00600S, Z10t-A1111, Z10t-A1110, PT132U-00500S, Z15t-A1210, PT131U00202D | Manualzz

48 Getting Started

Using the TOSHIBA Dual Pointing Device

Using the TOSHIBA Dual Pointing Device

AccuPoint

®

II pointing device

AccuPoint

®

II primary button

Touch pad

AccuPoint

®

II secondary button

Touch pad primary button

Touch pad secondary button

(Sample Illustration) TOSHIBA Dual Pointing Device buttons

AccuPoint ® II pointing device —Moves the cursor and selects items on the screen.

To move the cursor, gently push the pointing device in the direction you want the cursor to move. Pushing harder on the pointing device moves the cursor faster.

AccuPoint ® II Primary button —Performs the same function as the left button on a mouse.

When a step instructs you to click or choose an item, move the cursor to the item, then press and release the primary button. To double-click, press the primary button twice in rapid succession.

AccuPoint ® II Secondary button —Performs the same function as the right button on a mouse.

For more information, see “Disabling or enabling the Dual

Point” on page 132

Getting Started

Using the TOSHIBA Dual Pointing Device

49

Using the touch pad

NOTE Some of the touch pad operations described in this section are only supported in certain applications, and only on certain models.

NOTE The touch pad driver is pre-installed on your device. If this driver is removed, the touch pad and touch pad buttons will not work. You will need to reinstall the touch pad driver using the TOSHIBA Application Installer. For

more information, see “TOSHIBA Application Installer” on page 103 .

NOTE The touch pad will not work in DOS, BIOS setup, or the recovery menu.

You can use the touch pad (the small, touch-sensitive area in front of the keyboard) and the adjacent control buttons to:

Move the pointer on the screen

Select an item on the screen

Open or activate an item on the screen

Scroll through a document or information

Zoom in for a close-up view

Zoom out to see more information at once

AccuPoint ® II primary and secondary control buttons

Touch pad

ON/OFF button eco utility ® button

Touch pad

Primary control button Secondary control button

(Sample Illustration) The touch pad and associated control buttons

50 Getting Started

Using the TOSHIBA Dual Pointing Device

Refer to the table below for specific instructions on performing each operation.

NOTE The

pointer

is the icon (usually an arrow) that moves on the screen when you slide your finger across the touch pad or move a mouse connected to your device.

Move the onscreen pointer

Example:

Slide your finger across the touch pad in the direction you want to move the pointer.

To move the pointer a longer distance, slide your finger several times across the touch pad in the preferred direction.

(Sample Illustration)

Pointer moves to the right

Select an item 1 Move the pointer to the item you want to select.

2 Do one of the following:

Tap the touch pad once

OR

Press and release the primary (left-hand) control button

(Sample Illustration)

Tap once to select

Open or activate an item

1 Move the pointer to the item you want to open/activate.

2 Do one of the following:

❖ Tap the touch pad twice in rapid succession

OR

Press and release the primary control button twice in rapid succession

(Sample Illustration)

Tap twice to open

Getting Started

Using the TOSHIBA Dual Pointing Device

51

Example:

Right-click an item

1 Move the pointer to the item you want to right-click.

2 Press and release the secondary control button.

This feature varies by program.

Check your program documentation for specific instructions on right-clicking.

(Sample Illustration)

Click the secondary

(right-hand) control button

Scroll vertically Slide two fingers along the right edge of the touch pad in the direction you want to scroll.

Repeat to scroll a longer distance.

(Sample Illustration)

Vertical scrolling active area

Scroll horizontally

Slide two fingers along the bottom edge of the touch pad in the direction you want to scroll.

Repeat to scroll a longer distance.

Zoom in/out

(Sample Illustration)

Horizontal scrolling active area

To zoom in:

Place two fingers close together on the touch pad and then slide them apart.

To zoom out:

❖ Place two fingers slightly apart on the touch pad and then slide them together.

(Sample Illustration)

Zooming in

(Sample Illustration)

Zooming out

advertisement

Was this manual useful for you? Yes No
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the workof artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Related manuals

advertisement

Table of contents