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Dell Latitude D630/D630c User's Guide
Changing the Track Stick Cap
The numeric keypad functions like the numeric keypad on an external keyboard. Each key on the keypad has multiple functions. The keypad numbers and symbols are marked in blue on the right of the keypad keys. To type a number or symbol, hold down <Fn> and press the desired key.
Opens the Task Manager window.
Displays the Dell QuickSet Battery Meter (see Dell QuickSet Battery Meter).
Switches the video image to the next display option. The options include the integrated display, an external monitor, and both displays simultaneously.
Scales between wide-screen and standard aspect ratio video resolutions.
<Fn> and left-arrow key
Activates the ambient light sensor, which controls brightness of the display based on light level in the current environment.
<Fn> and up-arrow key
Increases brightness on the integrated display only (not on an external monitor).
<Fn> and down-arrow key
Decreases brightness on the integrated display only (not on an external monitor).
Activates a power management mode. You can reprogram this keyboard shortcut to activate a different power management mode using the Advanced tab in the Power Options Properties window (see Accessing Power Options Properties).
Puts the computer into hibernate mode. Dell QuickSet is required (see Dell QuickSet).
Windows logo key and <m>
Minimizes all open windows.
Windows logo key and <Shift><m>
Restores all minimized windows. This key combination functions as a toggle to restore minimized windows following the use of the Windows logo key and <m> key combination.
Windows logo key and <e>
Runs Windows Explorer.
Windows logo key and <r>
Opens the Run dialog box.
Windows logo key and <f>
Opens the Search Results dialog box.
Windows logo key and <Ctrl><f>
Opens the Search Results-Computer dialog box (if the computer is connected to a network).
Windows logo key and <Pause>
Opens the System Properties dialog box.
To adjust keyboard operation, such as the character repeat rate, open the Control Panel, click Printers and Other Hardware, and click Keyboard. For information about the Control Panel, access the Help and Support Center (click Start® Help and Support).
The touch pad detects the pressure and movement of your finger to allow you to move the cursor on the display. Use the touch pad and touch pad buttons as you would use a mouse.
You can also use the track stick to move the cursor. Press the track stick left, right, up, or down to change the direction of the cursor on the display. Use the track stick and track stick buttons as you would use a mouse.
You can use the Mouse Properties window to disable the touch pad and track stick or adjust their settings.
You can replace your track stick cap if it wears down from prolonged use or if you prefer a different color. You can purchase additional caps by visiting the Dell website at dell.com.
|NOTICE: The track stick can damage the display if it is not properly seated on the post.|
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