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Mouse Suite User's Guide


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Mouse Suite User's Guide

I Using Your Mouse


2 The Wheel

1 The Buttons ................................................................................................................................... 1 ................................................................................................................................... 1


Overview .......................................................................................................................................................... 1 Scrolling .......................................................................................................................................................... 1 Zooming .......................................................................................................................................................... 2 Data Zooming .......................................................................................................................................................... 2

II Customizing Mouse Suite


1 Overview

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Access the Control Panel .......................................................................................................................................................... 2 Change Your Mouse Setting .......................................................................................................................................................... 3 Feature Summary .......................................................................................................................................................... 3

2 The Buttons Tab ................................................................................................................................... 4


Buttons Tab .......................................................................................................................................................... 4 Customizing the Function of Each Mouse Button .......................................................................................................................................................... 4 Special Button.......................................................................................................................................................... 4 Functions Magnifier ......................................................................................................................................................... 4 HyperLink ......................................................................................................................................................... 5 Hyper Grid......................................................................................................................................................... 5 Quick/Auto......................................................................................................................................................... 6 Scroll DragLock ......................................................................................................................................................... 6

3 The Double-click Tab ................................................................................................................................... 7


Double-click Tab .......................................................................................................................................................... 7 Adjust Your Double-click Speed .......................................................................................................................................................... 7

4 The Orientation Tab ................................................................................................................................... 7


Orientation Tab .......................................................................................................................................................... 7 Adjust Your Mouse Orientation Usage .......................................................................................................................................................... 7

5 The Wheel Tab ................................................................................................................................... 8


Wheel Tab .......................................................................................................................................................... 8 Scrolling .......................................................................................................................................................... 8 About the Scrolling Function ......................................................................................................................................................... 8 Universal Scrolling (Scroll and Tilt wheel) ......................................................................................................................................................... 8 Office 97 Scrolling Emulation Only ......................................................................................................................................................... 9 Adjust the Scrolling Speed of the Wheel ......................................................................................................................................................... 9 Reverse the Scrolling Direction ......................................................................................................................................................... 9

6 The Pointer Utility Tab ................................................................................................................................... 10


Pointer Utility.......................................................................................................................................................... 10 Tab Use Pointer Wrap to Move the Pointer Across the Screen .......................................................................................................................................................... 10 Use Slow Motion to Slow Down Pointer Movement .......................................................................................................................................................... 10 Use X Focus to Select Window .......................................................................................................................................................... 11

7 The Mouse Suite Tab ................................................................................................................................... 11


Mouse Suite Tab .......................................................................................................................................................... 11 Uninstall the Mouse Suite .......................................................................................................................................................... 11 Show Mouse .......................................................................................................................................................... 11 Icon in Task Bar

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Contents

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III Troubleshooting

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1 The mouse was not detected by my computer. ................................................................................................................................... 12 2 Can not wake up the system ................................................................................................................................... 12

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Mouse Suite User's Guide

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1.1

Using Your Mouse


The Buttons
The Buttons
Your mouse has three buttons, scroll and tilt wheel, and Home Button. To increase your productivity you can assign frequently used functions to the mouse buttons using the Buttons tab in the Mouse Suite. To make button assignments, refer to Customizing the Function of Each Mouse Button.

1.2
1.2.1

The Wheel
Overview
Overview
Your mouse has a tilt wheel that performs vertical and horizontal scrolling, one-step zooming, or fast navigation on the Internet. The wheel can be used in a few ways: Rotate - To scroll up and down. Tilt - to scroll left and right There are three major functions for the wheel: 1 2 3 Scrolling (up/down, left/right) Zooming (works with Office 97 compatible applications) Data Zooming (works with Office 97 compatible applications)

To setup the function of the wheel, please refer to Wheel Tab.

1.2.2

Scrolling
Scrolling
The mouse wheel can perform vertical or horizontal scrolling.

To scroll up, rotate the wheel forward. To scroll down, rotate the wheel backward. To scroll left, tilt the wheel to the left. To scroll right, tilt the wheel to the right.

The scrolling function works in Microsoft Office 97-compatible applications, as well as with most software that runs under Windows 2000, Windows XP or Vista.

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Using Your Mouse

1.2.3

Zooming
Zooming
In MS Office application, additional zooming functions are available.

To zoom in, hold the Ctrl key down and rotate the mouse wheel forward. To zoom out, hold the Ctrl key down and rotate the mouse wheel backward.

1.2.4

Data Zooming
Data Zooming
In MS Office application, you may use the additional Data Zooming functions. For example, you can expand or collapse outlines in word documents. To perform Data Zooming: 1 2 3 Move the pointer to the Data to be zoomed. To zoom in, hold the Shift key down and rotate the wheel forward. To zoom out, hold the Shift key down and rotate the wheel backward.

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2.1
2.1.1

Customizing Mouse Suite


Overview
Access the Control Panel
Access the control panel
The Mouse Suite Software comes with a control panel that lets you manage the functionality of your mouse. To find the mouse control panel, follow these steps: On computers running Windows 2000, Windows XP or Vista, click the Start button. Point to Settings and click on Control Panel. In the Control Panel, double-click on the HP Optical USB Mobile Mouse Icon. -OrIf you have already enabled the Show Mouse Icon in system tray option, in the Mouse Suite page of the mouse control panel, double-click on the Mouse Icon in the Windows System Tray.

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2.1.2

Change Your Mouse Setting


Change Your Mouse Settings
1 2 3 4 5 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click the tab containing the setting you want to change. Change the setting. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to change settings on other tabs. Click OK to save your changes and quit Mouse Suite Control Panel.

2.1.3

Feature Summary
Mouse Suite Features Summary
Mouse Button Setting Allow to customize the function of each of the mouse buttons. Double-click Speed The double-click feature allows you to change the amount of time required between clicks of a double-click on the primary mouse button. Orientation The Orientation tab allows you to redefine the horizontal axis of the mouse. Scrolling Mouse Suite offers a Universal Scrolling feature, designed to work with most applications that have standard scroll bars, including applications that are not compatible with Office 97 scrolling standard (e.g. WordPerfect 7.0, Netscape Navigator 3.0, Microsoft Office 95, etc.). Instead of the powerful Universal Scrolling feature, you may select to Use Microsoft Office 97 Scrolling Emulation Only option. Scrolling Speed You can change the scrolling speed. Reverse the Scrolling Direction You can reverse the scrolling direction of the wheel. Pointer Wrap With Pointer Wrap enabled, when the pointer reaches the edge of the screen, it automatically wraps and appears on the other side. Slow Motion Enabling Slow Motion allows to temporarily slowing down the pointer movement when increased precision is needed, press and hold the Shift key while moving the mouse. This function does not interfere with other Shift key functions. X Focus With X Focus enabled, moving the pointer over the title bar of a window will make that window active. This function is useful for quickly define an active window when several windows are open, without clicking on the window.

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Customizing Mouse Suite

2.2
2.2.1

The Buttons Tab


Buttons Tab
Buttons Tab
Accessing the Buttons tab allows you to customize the function of each mouse button. The default settings for your mouse buttons are as follows:

Left Button - Primary Mouse Button Wheel Button - Quick Scroll/Auto Scroll Right Button - Context Menu Home Button - Open Web Browser

2.2.2

Customizing the Function of Each Mouse Button


Customizing the Function of Each Mouse Button
1 2 3 4 5 6 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Buttons tab.. On the Mouse Image, click on the button, or select a button from the Button list. The selected button will be displayed in the Button list and highlighted on the mouse image. Select a function from the Function list. This will assign the selected function to the button (one mouse button must be designated as the Primary Mouse Button). To reset your mouse buttons to the default setting, click on Use Default. To confirm your button settings, click Apply.

2.2.3
2.2.3.1

Special Button Functions


Magnifier

Disclaimer: *The Magnifier is not compatible with Direct3D


players, OpenGL, and Layered Windows. Magnifier
Magnifies the screen area around the pointer with one click of a button. To assign the Magnifier function to a mouse button: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Buttons tab.

API in full screen mode, media

On the Mouse Image, click on the button, or select a button from the Button list. The selected button will be displayed in the Button list and highlighted on the mouse image. Assign Magnifier to that button by selecting it from the Function list. With the magnifier active, press the magnifier button while moving the mouse up/down or left/right to change the size of the magnified area. With the Magnifier active, rotate the wheel to change the rate of Magnification.

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2.2.3.2

HyperLink HyperLink
With HyperLink designated as a button function, you can open an application or a document of your choice with one click of a button. To assign the HyperLink function to a mouse button: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Buttons tab. To assign an application or a document that is not available in the Function list, select HyperLink in the Function list. Click on Settings. Click on Browse, search, and select a shortcut. Click OK. To use the HyperLink, click the assigned mouse button.

2.2.3.3

Hyper Grid Hyper Grid


Hyper Grid includes nine common Windows tasks on one easy to use grid. To use the Hyper Grid as a mouse button function: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Buttons tab. On the Mouse Image, click on a button, or select a button from the Button list. The selected button will be displayed in the Button list and highlighted on the mouse image. Select Hyper Grid from the Function list. Click Apply to confirm. To use the Hyper Grid, press and hold the assigned mouse button to display the grid. Without releasing the button, move the pointer to an icon on the grid. Release the button to execute the command associated with that icon.

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2.2.3.4

Quick/Auto Scroll Quick/Auto Scroll


With Quick/Auto Scroll designated to a button you can scroll through a document with a click of a button. Auto Scroll Auto Scroll allows to automatically scroll through a document without having to move the mouse. To use AutoScroll while in a document, click the button the designated as button. An origin mark will appear at the pointer position. To start Auto Scroll, move the pointer vertically, horizontally, or diagonally away from the origin mark. Auto Scroll speed increases as the pointer is moved away from the origin mark. To stop Auto Scroll, press any mouse button. Quick Scroll Quick Scroll allows fast scrolling through a document. To use Quick Scroll while in a document, press and hold the button the designated Quick/Auto Scroll button, move the mouse to scroll up, down, right, or left. To assign the Quick/Auto Scroll to a mouse button: 1 2 3 4 5 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Buttons tab. On the Mouse Image, click on a button, or select a button from the Button list. The selected button will be displayed in the Button list and highlighted on the mouse image. Assign Quick/Auto Scroll to that button by selecting it from the Function list. Click Apply to confirm.

2.2.3.5

DragLock DragLock
The drag lock feature in the HP Optical USB Mobile mouse can be set to any mouse button click. This feature will allow you to click on the active window bar once and release to drag a window to a new desired location. Once the window is where you desire click the Drag lock button again to release the Window. This same drag lock feature is usable on previous selected files in an explorer window. After selecting one or more files if you click the drag lock button you can then drag all the files to another window or desktop. This feature also is available in certain applications like MS Paint. You can select a shape to draw such as box or circle to drag lock. After dropping a shape on the paint window if you click once and release the drag lock function on this shape you can drag the shape to a new size. Once you have reached the desired size click the drag lock again to release the shape from drag lock.

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2.3
2.3.1

The Double-click Tab


Double-click Tab
Double-click Tab
The double-click feature allows to change the amount of time between clicks when double-clicking the primary mouse button.

2.3.2

Adjust Your Double-click Speed


Adjust Your Double-click Speed
1 2 3 Tips: Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Double-Click tab. Click and drag the Slider left (slow) or right (fast).

Reset the double-click speed setting by clicking on Reset to Default Value. To test double-click speed, double-click on the image in the test area. To confirm your double-click speed setting, click on Apply.

2.4
2.4.1

The Orientation Tab


Orientation Tab
Orientation Tab
The Orientation tab allows you to redefine the horizontal axis of your mouse.

2.4.2

Adjust Your Mouse Orientation Usage


Adjust Your Mouse Orientation Usage
1 2 3 Tips: Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Orientation tab. Click on the Set Orientation button and follow the onscreen instructions.

To restore the default orientation status, click on the Reset Orientation button. To confirm your orientation settings, click on Apply.

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2.5
2.5.1

The Wheel Tab


Wheel Tab
Wheel Tab
The Wheel tab lets you configure the scrolling settings of the wheel and the function of the wheel button on your mouse.

2.5.2
2.5.2.1

Scrolling
About the Scrolling Function About the Scrolling Function
Mouse Suite offers a Universal Scrolling feature, designed to work with most applications that have standard scroll bars, including applications that are not compatible with Office 97 scrolling standard (e.g. WordPerfect 7.0, Netscape Navigator 3.0, Microsoft Office 95, etc.). While in Universal Scrolling mode, the mouse will still perform the zooming functions available in Microsoft Office 97 if you press the CTRL key at the same time. Instead of using the Universal Scrolling feature, you may select to Use Microsoft Office 97 Scrolling Emulation option. However, the scrolling function will be restricted to Microsoft Office 97 compatible applications (e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0/4.0). To learn more about the Office 97 Scrolling Standard, see About Office 97 Scrolling Emulation.

2.5.2.2

Universal Scrolling (Scroll and Tilt wheel) Universal Scrolling


Mouse Suite offers two dimensional (vertical and horizontal) Universal Scrolling, designed to work with most applications that have standard scroll bars, including applications that are not compatible with Office 97 scrolling standard (e.g. WordPerfect 7.0, Netscape Navigator 3.0, Microsoft Office 95, etc.). In order to use the tilt wheel for horizontal scroll, the Universal Scrolling function needs to be enabled. While in Universal Scrolling mode, the mouse will still perform the zooming functions available in Microsoft Office 97 if you press the CTRL key at the same time. If you wish to use the Office 97 scrolling emulation in some Office 97 compatible applications while in Universal Scrolling mode, you must specify those applications by using the Exceptions button. To turn on the Universal Scrolling: 1 2 3 4 5 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Wheel tab. Select Enable Universal Scrolling. Click OK to save your change. To specify an exception application, click on the Exceptions button. Click the Add button. Specify an application by typing its program path (e.g. c:\ie4\iexplorer.exe) or browse for applications by clicking on the Browse button or drag the red magnifier icon (from the Add Exception Application window) to an open application window. Release the mouse button, the application will appear in the Program Path text area. Click OK to confirm. To remove an exception, select

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the application you wish to remove from the exceptions list, click Remove. Click OK to confirm.

2.5.2.3

Office 97 Scrolling Emulation Only Office 97 Scrolling Emulation Only


Instead of the powerful Universal Scrolling feature, you may select to Use Microsoft Office 97 Scrolling Emulation option. However, the scrolling functions will be restricted to Microsoft Office 97 compatible applications (e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0/4.0). To learn more about the Office 97 Scrolling Standard, see About Office 97 Scrolling Emulation. Note:

There is no horizontal scrolling in this mode.

To turn on the Office 97 scrolling emulation only: 1 2 3 4 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Wheel tab. Select Use Microsoft Office97 Scrolling Emulation Only. Click Apply to confirm.

2.5.2.4

Adjust the Scrolling Speed of the Wheel Adjust the Scrolling Speed of the Wheel
1 2 3 4 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Wheel tab. Select Scroll [n] line(s) per notch this will set the scroll 1 to 30 lines per notch. Adjust lines per notch by clicking the up or down arrow. Or, select Scroll one screen per notch to scroll one screen at a time. Click OK to save your change.

2.5.2.5

Reverse the Scrolling Direction Reverse the Scrolling Direction


To reverse the scrolling direction: 1 2 3 4 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Wheel tab. Check the box Reverse Scrolling Direction. Click OK to save the change. c 2006 Enter your company name

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2.6
2.6.1

The Pointer Utility Tab


Pointer Utility Tab
Pointer Utility Tab
Opening the Pointer Utility tab allows access to pointer utilities such as Pointer Wrap, Slow Motion and X Focus.

2.6.2

Use Pointer Wrap to Move the Pointer Across the Screen


Use Pointer Wrap to Move the Pointer Across the Screen
With Pointer Wrap enabled, when the pointer reaches the edge of the screen, it will automatically appear on the other side. To enable the Pointer Wrap function: 1 2 3 4 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Pointer Utility tab. Check the box Pointer Wrap. Click Apply to confirm.

2.6.3

Use Slow Motion to Slow Down Pointer Movement


Use Slow Motion to Slow Down Pointer Movement
Enabling Slow Motion allows to temporarily slow the pointer movement for increased precision when pressing and holding the Shift key. This function does not interfere with other Shift key functions. To enable the Slow Motion function: 1 2 3 4 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Pointer Utility tab. Check the box Slow Motion. Click Apply to confirm.

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2.6.4

Use X Focus to Select Window


Use X Focus to Select Window
With X Focus enabled, a window becomes active when moving the pointer over its title bar. To enable the X Focus function: 1 2 3 4 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Pointer Utility tab. Check the box X Focus. Click Apply to confirm.

2.7
2.7.1

The Mouse Suite Tab


Mouse Suite Tab
Mouse Suite Tab
The Mouse Suite tab provides information about the Mouse Suite software rev, an uninstall utility, a check box for show or hide the icon in system tray, and Help button.

2.7.2

Uninstall the Mouse Suite


Uninstall the Mouse Suite
1 2 3 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Mouse Suite tab. Click the Uninstall button and follow the on-screen instructions.

Scrolling will not work when Mouse Suite is uninstalled.

2.7.3

Show Mouse Icon in Task Bar


Show Mouse Icon in Task Bar
You can choose to display a mouse icon on the task bar for quick access to Mouse Suite. 1 2 3 4 Open Mouse Suite properties from Control Panel. Click on the Mouse Suite tab. Check the box Show Mouse Icon in Task Bar. Click Apply to confirm.

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Troubleshooting

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3.1

Troubleshooting
The mouse was not detected by my computer.
Solution: Make sure the mouse is securely plugged into your computers mouse port.
1. Check if your PCs USB port is working properly. Look on the Device Manager of System Properties. If there is a circled exclamation point through the icon, it means this USB controller has some problem. Try to remove and reinstall it. 2. Make sure the USB port was enabled in the BIOS setup.

3.2

Can not wake up the system


Solution: Make sure your system had enabled "Allow this device to bring the computer out of standby" in Power Management tab of this device in Device Manager. The mouse bring the computer out of standby by clicking the mouse button. Note: Most of laptops do not have this feature by system policy.

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