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19 30 How to get Started Section 14: Customising your Clicking Speed Essential Inf or ma tion Infor mation The computer has got to be able to recognise the difference between a single click and a double click. If your double click is too slow it will appear to the computer as two single clicks. We all click at different speeds. In response to this your Microsoft Application has been designed to allow you to customise the computer to respond to a clicking speed that is comfortable for you. To do this you need first to go to Mouse Properties.

Press the Delete key once and notice that a letter from the right of the cursor has been deleted. If you keep your finger depressed on the Delete key, the text is deleted rapidly. Repeat this procedure to delete all the text that you have just typed. Action 5 Type a sentence on the page, leave the text cursor at the end of the sentence and then use the backspace to delete the text. Remember the backspace key removes letters to the left of the cursor. 54 How to use Microsoft Word Section 6: Capitals, ‘Caps Lock’ and the Shift Key Essential Inf or ma tion Infor mation To type capitals you can use the Caps Lock key or the Shift key.

Action 1 Go to Start and click once. Click on All Programs, Games and then Solitaire. This path is shown in Fig. 23. Start Button Fig. 23: Path to Games and Solitaire When you reach Solitaire, click once and Solitaire opens. 35 The Beginner’s Guide to Computers and the Internet Fig 24: Solitaire The four empty spaces at the top are to house the four aces when they appear. Try clicking and dragging them into the spaces. Alternatively, double-click on an ace and it will automatically jump into one of the spaces.

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