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Configuring Mobile Computers - Configuring Tablet PCs

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A Tablet PC is a fully functioning compact PC. Different from most desktop computers, Tablet PCs tools are available to make handwritten notes and sketches. The tools include the following:
  • Integrated digital pen support

  • A touchscreen

  • Digital ink input

  • Handwriting-recognition technologies

All Tablet PCs have several hardware buttons for common tasks, which can be programmed as needed. In addition, you can program the digital pen by assigning key commands or actions to simple pen gestures called flicks. The Handwriting Recognition Personalization Tool enables you to tailor recognition results to your own personal handwriting style. Finally, Windows Touch Technology provides support for touchscreens, including accessing context menus and accessing small components with your finger.

To configure a Tablet PC, you use the Tablet PC Settings tool, which is found under Mobile PC in the Control Panel. The tabs shown in the Tablet PC Setting tool are as follows:

  • General tab. Enables you to configure on-screen menus for left-handed or right-handed users and to calibrate the effectiveness of your tablet pen.

  • Handwriting Recognition tab. Allows you to configure Tablet PC handwriting recognition, which can adapt to your particular style of handwriting, resulting in a more productive end-user experience.

  • Display tab. Allows you to manually change screen orientation (portrait versus landscape). Most Tablet PCs have hardware buttons for changing screen orientation, so this tab also allows you to change the order in which screen orientation is changed when this button is used.

  • Pen Options tab. Allows you to tell Windows Vista what it should do for actions that you perform with your pen. For example, if you tap twice on an icon on the screen, Windows Vista responds as if you had double-clicked the icon. You can also configure pen button options in this pane. The Dynamic Feedback area allows you to configure visual feedback for pen actions as a way of confirming that Windows Vista has recognized your pen input correctly.

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