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Customising the tablet mode buttons?

2008-07-02, 23:17 PM

Hello,

 

I recently bought an X61 tablet, and I'm loving it! However, I would like to know if there is a way to customise the function of the tablet buttons. For instance, I never use  the "ctrl+alt+del" button, and I would prefer if I could set it to some other function, like emulating the CTRL key. I've tried doing a search on the forums, but I can't seem to find anything. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Best regards,

M. J. Sklar

proud x61t owner 

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06-05-2008

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Re: Customising the tablet mode buttons?

2008-07-03, 14:43 PM

To modify the Tablet Button settings go here:

 

Start > Settings > Control Panel > Tablet and Pen Settings > Tablet Buttons

 

Highlight the button you want to change and click on the Change button or double click on the button you want to change, which will take you to a dialog box providing some options to read your keyboard actions. 

Full disclosure: Not a Lenovo employee, just someone with a X61 running Win XP SP2
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111 Posts

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Re: Customising the tablet mode buttons?

2008-07-03, 14:43 PM

To modify the Tablet Button settings go here:

 

Start > Settings > Control Panel > Tablet and Pen Settings > Tablet Buttons

 

Highlight the button you want to change and click on the Change button or double click on the button you want to change, which will take you to a dialog box providing some options to read your keyboard actions. 

Full disclosure: Not a Lenovo employee, just someone with a X61 running Win XP SP2

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Re: Customising the tablet mode buttons?

2008-07-03, 15:22 PM

Thank you very much! That solution worked perfectly!

 

 

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M. J. Sklar 

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