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Sony PCG-C1VE - PCG-C1VE Istruzioni per l'uso Inglese

Sony PCG-C1VE - PCG-C1VE Istruzioni per l'uso Inglese

Using Your Notebook

Using Your Notebook Computer n N 28 Using the Keyboard Sony Notebook Computer User Guide Keys Applications key The Applications key displays a shortcut menu of context-sensitive choices; pressing this key is equivalent to clicking the right mouse button. Combinations and Functions with the Windows ® Key Combinations Descriptions Functions + F1 Displays Windows Help + Tab Switches the selected button on the taskbar. + E Displays Windows Explorer. +F DisplaystheSearch Results window to find a file or folder. This is equivalent to selecting Search and then For Files or Folders from the Start menu. +Ctrl+F DisplaystheSearch Results - Computer window where you can locate other computers. + M Minimizes all displayed windows. Shift + + M Returns all minimized windows to their previous size. +R DisplaystheRun window.ThisisequivalenttoselectingRun from the Start menu.

Using Your Notebook Computer n N 29 Using the Keyboard Sony Notebook Computer User Guide Indicators Indicator Power 1 Battery e Hard disk Functions Power on: lights green. System suspend mode: flashes amber. Indicates the status of the battery inserted in the computer. Lights when data is read from or written to the hard drive. Do not enter System Suspend mode or turn off the computer when this indicator light is on. Light On Off Memory Stick Num Lock Caps Lock Scroll Lock Data is read from or written to the Memory Stick. Do not enter System Suspend mode or turn off the computer when this indicator light is on. Turns on when the number keys area in the numeric keypad are active. Turnsonwhenthelettersappear in uppercase as you type. The Shift key lowers the case of typed letterswhenCapsLockison. Turnsonwhenthescreenscrolls differently. (depends on the application. No effect in many applications.) The Memory Stick is not being accessed. Turns off when the alphanumeric character keys in the keypad area are active. Turns off when letters appear in lower case as you type (unless if you hold down the Shift key). Turns off when information moves across the display normally.