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Managing Windows 7 : Managing Touch Settings

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If your computer has touch capabilities, you can customize the way the computer responds to your touch, and the way windows and programs respond when you pan to scroll the window with your finger.

Customize Your Touch

  1. Touch the Start button, type touch in the Search box of the Start menu, and choose Change Touch Input Settings from the menu to display the Pen And Touch dialog box with the Touch tab selected.

  2. Select these check boxes, if they aren't already selected, to enable the touch and multi-touch features.

  3. Select the Double-Tap touch action, and then tap the Settings button. In the Double-Tap Settings dialog box that appears, use the sliders to adjust how fast you need to tap twice for your taps to be recognized as a double-tap; if necessary, adjust how close the two taps need to be. Use the graphic to test your settings, and then tap OK to close the dialog box.

  4. Select Press And Hold, and then tap the Settings button. In the Press And Hold Settings dialog box, select the check box to enable Press And Hold if it isn't already selected. Use the sliders to adjust the speed and duration of the press and hold. Use the graphic to test your settings, and then tap OK.

  5. Select this check box if you want to show the touch pointer on your screen, or clear the check box if you don't want to see the touch pointer.

  6. If you chose to display the touch pointer, tap Advanced Options, and, in the Advanced Options dialog box, specify where you want the pointer to appear. Use the sliders to adjust the transparency, size, and speed of the touch pointer. Tap OK to close the Advanced Options dialog box.

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Tip

The touch pointer is an arrow (selection) pointer with an image of a mouse. You can drag the mouse image to move the pointer, and you can tap its left or right mouse button to execute an actual mouse-click.

Customize Panning

  1. Click the Panning tab of the Pen and Touch dialog box.

  2. Select this check box to enable panning by dragging a single finger on the screen.

  3. Select this check box to allow panning rates to be affected by the speed of your panning gestures.

  4. Select this check box to have your window move a bit when you've reached the end of the area in which you can pan.

  5. Use the slider to adjust how much the window pans when you use a panning gesture. With less resistance, you'll have more area panned than you would if the slider were set for higher resistance.

  6. Click OK.

Tip

Touch capabilities on a computer change some of the ways Windows 7 works. It's a good idea to read the background information that came with your computer so that you'll understand the way the touch features work with the special programs that came with the computer.

Tip

Panning is similar to using the scroll bars in a window, but panning recognizes the speed and duration (the inertia) of your panning gesture, so you can scroll just a little bit or a long way with a single gesture.

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Note

Try This!

With the Enable Multi-Touch Gestures And Inking check box selected on the Touch tab, click OK. Open Paint. Click Brushes, and then draw a line with your finger. Now use two fingers to draw two lines simultaneously. Try more fingers and see how many touch points your system supports. In your Pictures Library, open a photo in Photo Viewer. Use two-finger gestures to zoom in and out and to rotate the photo. Use flicks to display other photos. Open WordPad, and either open or create a long document. Try different panning gestures to scroll through the document. Continue having fun with your touch features!

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