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LOGITECH CORDLESS CLICK! PLUS OPTICAL MOUSE DRIVER
Both keyboards also come with a wrist rest and little fold out legs to prop up the back side of the keyboard about an inch. Keyboard layout While the soft touch of the keyboard was not difficult to get used to, the layout Logitech Cordless Click! Plus Optical Mouse a little daunting at times. As shown here, the Insert key is moved up and merged with the Scroll Lock key; Home and End are pushed up and around; while the Delete key is expanded.
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While this arrangement kind of makes sense when considering placement of commonly used keys, it just ended up slowing us down. As most decent typists will attest, it is frustrating having your keys moved around on you. In everyday use, it was never that bad, but it did cause a fair amount of hesitation when trying to use those keys. These keys have been made into keys that are the same width as the regular keys, but are only half the height and they do not Logitech Cordless Click! Plus Optical Mouse out above the keyboard like the regular keys do. This arrangement could be Logitech Cordless Click! Plus Optical Mouse frustrating for a touch typist who identifies keys by knowing their placement and feel on the keyboard. Some may say this is just a matter of getting used to the keyboard, but after two weeks it was still a little bothersome to have to look at the keyboard to see where certain keys were.
Extra buttons and functionality The wireless keyboard has a boatload of extra buttons, all of which can be remapped to other functions if you so desire. In the upper-left is a fat "My Documents" button which launches you guessed it the My Documents folder.
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In the upper-right is another fat button labeled "E-Mail" which launches your default email client. Sitting next to this button are 3 more smaller keys labeled Messenger, Status, and Webcam. Personally, we could not really see needing an "E-Mail" button since once you launch your email application, you typically leave it open. The Logitech Cordless Click! Plus Optical Mouse buttons seemed to make sense, though. Immediately below this set of buttons were two more buttons. One is labeled with a pictogram of a calculator which launches surprise! The other button is slightly recessed and has the picture of a moon on it.
Push it and it sends your computer to sleep standby mode. In the top center of the keyboard are the media control buttons. The circular wheel allows volume control, while the silver buttons allow you to control your favorite media application WinAmp, iTunes, Windows Media Player, etc. The nice thing about the silver media control buttons is that they work even when your workstation is "locked. Next to the silver media keys are three "audio preset" keys. By holding down one of these buttons for a few seconds when listening to your favorite track or internet radio stream, you can create a shortcut to that song, radio station, or play list. We were not sure if this was a shortcoming of the Logitech software or of Winamp.
All of these keys should be familiar except for the last one: This seems useless to us since the same can be accomplished with Ctrl-Z, Ctrl-Y, Ctrl-P, and Ctrl-S, but at least these keys can be remapped if need be. Similarly F9 through F12 can double as programmable keys. The last part of this keyboard consists of a Zoom rocker-switch, a 4-way scroll-wheel, and a few extra buttons. The zoom rocker is exactly that, a switch that allows you to zoom in and out of documents and images. For example, Logitech Cordless Click! Plus Optical Mouse you use it in Internet Explorer or Firefox, it enlarges or reduces the font size across the whole document.
Unfortunately, it doesn't change the image sizes as well. For that you will need the Image Zoom extension for Firefox. In Photoshop and Adobe Acrobat it works as advertised and zooms in and out as desired.
Although PDFs being viewed in your favorite web browser do not zoom in and out This particular scroll wheel even rocks side-to-side to scroll left and right, although it does not appear to move as fast as the scroll wheel going up and down. Questions about your Cordless Click! Plus Rechargeable Optical Mouse?
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