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Using Your VAIO Computer

Using Your VAIO Computer > Using the Touch Pad n 42 N To use the touch pad zone Action Point Click Double-click Right-click Drag Scroll vertically Scroll horizontally Flick Description Slide your finger on the active zone to place the pointer on an item or object. Press the left button zone once. Press the left button zone twice in a row. Press the right button zone once. With many applications, this action displays a context-sensitive shortcut menu (if any). Slide your finger on the active zone while pressing the left button zone. Slide two fingers vertically on the active zone or slide a finger on the vertical scroll zone (the scroll function is available only with applications that support a touch pad scroll feature). Slide two fingers horizontally on the active zone (the scroll function is available only with applications that support a touch pad scroll feature). Slide three fingers linearly in quick motion on the active zone. On web browsers or image viewer software, you can flick left to move backward and flick right to move forward. ✍ You can disable/enable the touch pad by pressing the Fn+F1 keys. You can also use the VAIO Control Center to change the touch pad settings. ! Be sure to connect a mouse before disabling the touch pad. If you disable the touch pad before connecting a mouse, you will be able to use only the keyboard for pointer operations.

Using Your VAIO Computer > Using Special-function Buttons n 43 N Using Special-function Buttons Your computer is equipped with special buttons to help you use specific functions of the computer. The ASSIST button, the WEB button, and the VAIO button on the computer are touch sensor buttons. Unintentional touch with each button may execute the corresponding function or task. Special-function button ASSIST button WEB button VAIO button Disc eject button * Functions Launches the VAIO Care while the computer is on. While the computer is off, the ASSIST button launches the VAIO Care Rescue. The VAIO Care Rescue can be used to recover the computer in case of emergency, for example, when the Windows does not start. See Using the VAIO Care (page 35) for more information. While the computer is in Normal mode, the WEB button launches the web browser assigned to the button by default. While the computer is off, the WEB button activates the Quick Web Access function and launches the web browser used with this function. See Using the Quick Web Access Function (page 44) for more information. ! The WEB button is not functional while the computer is in Sleep mode or Hibernate mode. Executes the task that is assigned to the button by default. You can change the default assignment with the VAIO Control Center. Ejects the optical disc. * Located on the docking station (page 100).