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HP 2530p - EliteBook - Core 2 Duo 2.13 GHz User Manual

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    Pointing Devices and Keyboard User Guide...

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    © Copyright 2008 Hewlett-Packard Product notice Development Company, L.P. This user guide describes features that are Microsoft and Windows are U.S. registered common to most models. Some features trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. may not be available on your computer. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 1 Using pointing devices Setting pointing device preferences ..................... 2 Using the TouchPad ..........................2 Using the pointing stick ........................2 Connecting an external mouse ......................2 2 Using the keyboard Using the keyboard light ........................3 Using hotkeys ............................

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    6 Cleaning the TouchPad and keyboard Index ................................... 19...

  • Page 5: Using Pointing Devices

    Using pointing devices Component Description Left TouchPad button* Functions like the left button on an external mouse. TouchPad* Moves the pointer and selects or activates items on the screen. Left pointing stick button* Functions like the left button on an external mouse. Pointing stick* Moves the pointer and selects or activates items on the screen.

  • Page 6: Setting Pointing Device Preferences

    Setting pointing device preferences Use Mouse Properties in Windows® to customize settings for pointing devices, such as button configuration, click speed, and pointer options. To access Mouse Properties, select Start > Control Panel > Printers and Other Hardware > Mouse. Using the TouchPad To move the pointer, slide your finger across the TouchPad surface in the direction you want the pointer to go.

  • Page 7: Using The Keyboard

    Using the keyboard Using the keyboard light The keyboard light illuminates the computer keyboard in low light conditions. To open and turn on the keyboard light, press the keyboard light button. ▲ Using the keyboard light...

  • Page 8: Using Hotkeys

    To turn off and close the keyboard light, gently press the keyboard light until it clicks into place. ▲ Using hotkeys Hotkeys are combinations of the key (1) and either the key (2) or one of the function keys (3). The icons on the f3, f4, and through keys represent the hotkey functions.

  • Page 9: Displaying System Information (fn+esc)

    Function Hotkey Display battery information. fn+f8 Decrease screen brightness. fn+f9 Increase screen brightness. fn+f10 Activate the ambient light sensor. fn+f11 To use a hotkey command on the computer keyboard, follow either of these steps: ● Briefly press the key, and then briefly press the second key of the hotkey command. –...

  • Page 10: Switching The Screen Image (fn+f4)

    Switching the screen image (fn+f4) Press fn+f4 to switch the screen image among display devices connected to the system. For example, if a monitor is connected to the computer, pressing fn+f4 alternates the screen image from the computer display to the monitor display to a simultaneous display on both the computer and the monitor. Most external monitors receive video information from the computer using the external VGA video standard.

  • Page 11: Using Hp Quick Launch Buttons

    Using HP Quick Launch Buttons The HP Quick Launch Buttons enable you to quickly open programs, files, or Web sites you use frequently. You can use the factory settings, which are described in the following table. Or you can reprogram the buttons by opening the Q Menu in the Quick Launch Buttons control panel. The Quick Launch Buttons include the info button (1) and the presentation button (2).

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    Component Description ● HP Connection Manager ● HP Software Setup ● Presto! BizCard 5 Presentation button Opens the Presentation Options window, which enables you to start a frequently used presentation, file, program, or Web site. You can also adjust the display settings for optimum viewing. Chapter 3 Using HP Quick Launch Buttons...

  • Page 13: Accessing The Quick Launch Buttons Control Panel

    Accessing the Quick Launch Buttons control panel The Q Menu in the Quick Launch Buttons control panel enables you to set your own preferences for the info button and the presentation button. Both buttons can be used to launch frequently used programs. You can open the Quick Launch Buttons control panel in any of the following ways: ●...

  • Page 14: Displaying The Q Menu

    Displaying the Q Menu The Q Menu provides quick access to the Quick Launch Button settings. To display the Q Menu on the desktop: Right-click the HP Quick Launch Buttons icon in the notification area, at the far right of the taskbar, ▲...

  • Page 15: Using Hp Quicklook

    Using HP QuickLook 2 HP QuickLook 2 enables you to see your Microsoft® Outlook e-mail, calendar, contact, and task information without starting the operating system. After QuickLook 2 has been configured, you can quickly access your important information when the computer is off or in Hibernation by pressing the info button.

  • Page 16: Configuring Quicklook 2

    Configuring QuickLook 2 To configure QuickLook 2, follow these steps: Open Microsoft® Outlook. QuickLook 2 displays 2 icons on the Outlook toolbar: The QuickLook 2 Preferences icon enables you to set automatic data collection preferences. The QuickLook Capture icon enables you to manually initiate QuickLook 2 information capture in addition to automatic retrieval.

  • Page 17: Using Manual Information Collection

    Using manual information collection Even if you have configured QuickLook 2 to collect information at preset intervals, you can also manually collect and save Outlook information any time you are logged on to your Outlook account. Using manual information collection...

  • Page 18: Using Quicklook 2

    Using QuickLook 2 The info button behavior depends on the power state of the computer, as shown in the following table. Power state Info button behavior Opens QuickLook. Hibernation Opens QuickLook. Opens Info Center. Standby Returns the computer to its previous state. NOTE: QuickLook 2 is enabled at the factory.

  • Page 19: For More Information

    For more information For more details about setting up and using QuickLook 2, refer to the QuickLook 2 software Help. For more information...

  • Page 20: Using Keypads

    Using keypads The computer has an embedded numeric keypad and also supports an optional external numeric keypad or an optional external keyboard that includes a numeric keypad. Component Description Executes frequently used system functions when pressed in combination with a function key or the key.

  • Page 21: Using The Embedded Numeric Keypad

    Using the embedded numeric keypad The 15 keys of the embedded numeric keypad can be used like the keys on an external keypad. When the embedded numeric keypad is turned on, each key on the keypad performs the function indicated by the icon in the upper-right corner of the key.

  • Page 22: Cleaning The Touchpad And Keyboard

    Cleaning the TouchPad and keyboard Dirt and grease on the TouchPad can cause the pointer to jump around on the screen. To avoid this, clean the TouchPad with a damp cloth, and wash your hands frequently when using the computer. WARNING! To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to internal components, do not use a vacuum cleaner attachment to clean the keyboard.

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    Index switching screen image 6 pointing stick ambient light sensor using 5 identifying 1 hotkey 6 HP QuickLook 2 11 using 2 pointing stick buttons, identifying 1 battery charge information 6 info button 7 presentation button 8 buttons info 7 keyboard hotkeys, identifying 4 pointing stick 1 Quick Launch Buttons 7...

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