The touchpad on the notebook consists of a touchpad with a scroll zone (A), and two buttons (B and C).
The scroll zone is located to the right of the touchpad and is used in supported applications similar to the scroll wheel found on a mouse.
When you move your finger on the touchpad, the pointer (arrow) on the screen moves in the same direction.
You can use the left and right buttons below the touchpad to select objects.
One feature of a touchpad is the ability to recognize taps on the touchpad area as clicks of the left-click button. You can make touchpad-related changes such as adjusting the double-click speed, pointer speed, left-hand or right-hand configuration, and other touchpad settings.
Changing the Touchpad Settings