You can configure the touch based features from the Touch tab of the Mouse Properties dialog box.
Take a closer look at the Microsoft Touch Mouse
by Greg Shultz | September 1, 2011, 10:43am PDT | Image 24 of 26
Used in the review
Used in the review - Image 24 of 26
About Greg Shultz
Greg Shultz is a freelance Technical Writer. Previously, he has worked as Documentation Specialist in the software industry, a Technical Support Specialist in educational industry, and a Technical Journalist in the computer publishing industry.
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If I could read the text and THEN look at more pictures, you would have a reader.
Weird journalism indeed
Galleries are wantonly misused on this site
TR, if you want to fix your galleries, present them as part of and inline with an actual informational article about the product. Present the images within the relevant text in the same successful format used by magazine articles, with the added bonus that on a webpage a compact thumbnail can access a larger version if the reader is interested.
I'm truly tired of the galleries as they're done now. Time and time again clicking them and expecting information proves to be a mistake and a waste of my time.
I recently received the Microsoft Touch Mouse and wrote a review of it for the Windows Desktop Report.
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