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HP Notebook PCs - Using and Configuring the ClickPad

Some HP notebooks come with a ClickPad pointing device. Unlike a TouchPad which has physical buttons for right-click and left-click actions, the ClickPad consists of a single, continuous surface. Depending on the model, the ClickPad surface is plain or it has graphical demarcations to indicate different actionable regions (such as regions marked for left- and right-clicks or up and down scrolling).
    Figure : ClickPad
  1. Turn the ClickPad On or Off
  2. Left-click area
  3. Right-click area
The ClickPad interprets various gestures on its surface as different actions. For example, a two-finger leftward swipe while browsing a web site takes you to a previously viewed page; or, double-tapping the ClickPad while the mouse cursor hovers over a text file opens the file in your default text editor.
You can adjust the sensitivity of the ClickPad, and enable or disable some features and gestures. It takes a little practice to use the ClickPad well.

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