cursor keys


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cursor keys

The keyboard keys that move the pointer, or cursor, on screen. They include the up, down, left and right arrow, home, end, pageUp and pageDown keys.
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The ZA5000ES features a built-in graphic user interface (GUI) which offers a visual confirmation of system set-up; while cursor keys on the receiver's front panel provide full operability - even without the supplied Remote Commander.
10 cursor keys - like on a "real" keyboard - place the cursor exactly where the user wants it, whilst others are still waiting for the magnifying glass when navigating with their fingers.
Select the sentence or line you want (experiment with triple clicking and clicking in the margin) and then use Shift, Alt and the up/down cursor keys.
The majority of disabled people use the keyboard cursor keys rather than the mouse when browsing pages.
The large display, the separate numeric keyboard and cursor keys, and the self-explanatory menus all make the instrument extremely easy to use.
The balance features four cursor keys to provide easy menu-driven navigation and lead users through a series of on-screen prompts.
It has a 4 x 12 character backlit LCD screen, shift registers and cursor keys that can be configured as inputs.
You'll move around in a fully 3D environment, complete with sound, by using the cursor keys on your keyboard.
In fact, after typing in their personal serial numbers, users can perform all other functions using only six keys (four cursor keys, the escape key, and the enter key.
Cursor keys on the control are used to change the numerical value of each process function.
Text can be entered using the on-screen keyboard and a scrolling key bar for non-character keys such as cursor keys and Shift, Ctrl, Alt and Delete.
Keys have an adjustable backlight that glows red in dark environments, and there are even specially-marked WASD cursor keys.