Q29705: MREADME.DOC: Using the Default Expert Mouse Menu
Article: Q29705 Product(s): See article Version(s): 1.00 Operating System(s): MS-DOS Keyword(s): ENDUSER | | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 5-JUN-1988 The default Expert Mouse menu allows you to use a mouse to emulate keys, such as the ESCAPE, ENTER, and cursor keys, with applications that normally do not support mice. To use this menu, load it into memory before you start your application. To load the default menu, type the following after the prompt of the drive or directory where the DEFAULT.COM file resides: default Once the default menu is loaded, you can perform the mouse actions described in the following tables to emulate certain keys in your application: Press To Emulate The left mouse button The F3 key The right mouse button A carriage return (the ENTER key) Both mouse buttons The ESCAPE key Move To emulate The mouse to the left The LEFT ARROW key The mouse to the right The RIGHT ARROW key The mouse up The UP ARROW key The mouse down The DOWN ARROW key To remove the default menu from memory, type the following after the prompt of the drive or directory where the DEFAULT.COM file resides: default off
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