Technology in Action
Pearson/Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 649 pages
For introductory courses in computer concepts or computer literacy often including instruction in Microsoft Office.
A Computer Concepts Text Focused on Today's Student! Technology in Action engages students by combining a unique teaching approach with rich companion media.
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The mouse you're probably most familiar with, like the one shown in Figure 2.6a,
has a rollerball on the bottom, which moves when you drag the mouse across a
mousepad. The movement of the rollerball controls the movement of your mouse
It's amazing what kind of dirt and grime your rollerball mouse can pick up, even in
the cleanest environment. You know your mouse needs cleaning when it
becomes sluggish, nonresponsive, or jerky in its motion. To clean your rollerball ...
Some touchpads are also sensitive to taps, interpreting them as mouse- button
clicks. Figure 2.7 shows some of the mouse options you'll find in laptops. Of
course, if you prefer, you can always hook up a traditional mouse to your laptop
as well ...
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