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    Post Using touch gestures in Windows 7

    If you have a computer with a touchscreen, you might find that gestures (motions that you make with one or two fingers) are easier to use than a mouse, pen, or keyboard.

    You don't need to tap or click a menu item or a button on a toolbar to perform common tasks, such as copy, paste, undo, and delete. Instead, you can use a flick of your finger. For example, an upward flick moves a page down, and a downward flick moves a page up.



    There are two categories of flicks: navigational and editing.

    To learn more, visit: Microsoft

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    I use the Touch features in Windows 7, and I'll tell you it's amazing how much easier it is than using a mouse

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    The touch feature always excites me......Windows 7 touch features are really amazing. Hope Andy will someday giveaway HP touchsmart as prize in any contest ....

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