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Date Version, Reason Log:
v0516200900, Cleaned up all tags.
v0526200900, Removed surplus tags.
v0529200900, space issue at #30.

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The Default button returns all settings on the current page to their factory-set values.

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The OK button saves your changes and closes the page.##HelpTopicID=2
The Cancel button closes the page without saving any changes and reverts to all previous settings.

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The Apply button saves your changes, but keeps the page open so you can make additional changes.

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The ? button displays help text.

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The _ button minimizes the current window.

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The X button closes thecurrent window.

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Make changes to Devices and Button settings.

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Enable/Disable Touchpad, Pointing Stick and/or Buttons.

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Set various options for Touchpad and Pointing Stick buttons.

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Make changes to Touchpad and Pointing Stick settings.

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Change Touchpad settings.

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Change Pointing Sticksettings.

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Change Scrolling settings.

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Change External Mouse settings.

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Check this box to place the Dell Touchpad icon in the System Tray.

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Click this button for driver version information.

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Vendor Device Driver and version information are displayed here.

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Vendor Patent noticesand Copyright information are displayed here.

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The Close button closes the current window.

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Click to Enable or Disable the Pointing Stick.

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Click to Enable or Disable the Pointing Stick buttons.

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Click to Enable or Disable the Touchpad.

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Click to Enable or Disable the Touchpad buttons.##HelpTopicID=24
Check this box to disable the Touchpad and/or Pointing Stick when an external USB mouse is present.

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(Primary Mouse Button) To change the action assigned by pressing a Left Button, click the down arrow in the drop-down list to display the options. Select the desired action.

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To change the action assigned by pressing Both Buttons, click the down arrowin the drop-down list to display the options. Select the desired action.

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To change the action assigned by pressing a Middle Button, click the down arrow in the drop-down list to display the options. Select the desired action.

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(Secondary Mouse Button) To change the action assigned by pressing a Right Button, click the down arrow in the drop-down list todisplay the options. Select the desired action.

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The drop-down list contains the following actions for button assignments:

Click: Performs a single left mouse button click.
Shortcut Menu: Performs a single right mouse button click, which displays the Shortcut Menu.
Double Click: Performs a double left mouse button click.
Middle Button Click: Performs a single middle mousebutton click.
Run: Specify the name of any program you want to run automatically when you click the button. Use the Browse button to select the program.
Do Nothing: The button takes no action and does nothing.

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Move the slider to set the Double Click Speed. This adjusts the amount of time that can pass between clicks when you double click your primary mouse button. Doubleclicking may be easier if you drag the slider toward Slow. You can test Double Click Speed by double clicking the image in the Test Area.

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To test Double Click Speed, double click in this box. When the double click is recognized, the animation in the box will respond and move.

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Check this box to exchange the function of the left and right buttons on an...
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