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Mouse settings




Windows



You can change three settings of the mouse settings. To start:
  1. Select the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen
  2. Select Settings, and then Control Panel
  3. If you are using Windows XP, select Switch to Classic View in the left panel
  4. Open the Mouse section either by double left clicking on the icon, or by highlighting the icon and pressing Enter/Return key

To change the click speed, and whether for right or left-handed use:
  1. Select the Buttons tab
  2. Select right- or left-handed
  3. Select single or double click for opening items
  4. Move the slider along to choose the speed for double-clicking
  5. Select Apply to save your changes

To change the visibility and size of the mouse ‘pointers’:
  1. Select the Pointers tab
  2. Choose the scheme of pointers from the drop-down menu (previewed in the box to the right)
  3. Select Apply to save your changes

To change the motion of the mouse:
  1. Select the Motion tab
  2. Move the slider along to choose the speed you want for the mouse
  3. Select the acceleration that you prefer
  4. Select Apply to save your changes.

Apple Mac OS



The Apple Mac has various accessibility features which include: an adjustable keyboard, an ergonomic mouse, CloseView screen magnification software, display adaptation, Easy Access system software (StickyKeys, SlowKeys, MouseKeys), electronic documentation, key-repeat disable, text-to-speech synthesis and voice recognition (PlainTalk), sticky mouse, and visual alert cues.

All of these features are included as part of the Apple Mac's system software (system 7.x, 8.x and 9.x), details are available from Apple external website


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