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From: Dick Shryock <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Assigning Mouse Wheel Click to F3
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2004 16:45:27 -0500
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>Terry wrote:
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>>What speeds up date entry even more is a keyboard with the function
>>keys where they belong - on the left side of the keyboard. <g>
>>With that arrangement, all the keys you use for much editing - F2, F3,
>>F4, F5, and F9 keys, along with the Tab and numbers used for surety -
>>are all clustered together and easy to use with one hand, mostly
>>without looking at them. Unfortunately, such keyboards are hard to
>>find, and the one I've found is not cheap - currently $190. :-(
>>
>>
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>Terry and I both use the Avant Stellar keyboard, I think. Expensive, but
>built like a tank; I've had mine for years. Also has a nice firm clicky
>typewriter feel to the keys which is nice for someone who grew up on typewriters.
>Googling to see if anyone else makes keyboards with left-side function keys, I
>couldn't find any, but did find a very innovative concept, below. Click on the
>picture to see it work. Interesting.
>
>ZBoard Excel Keyboard, snap-ons for many programs.
>http://personal-computer-tutor.com/abc3/v30/zboard.htm
>
>Virginia
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What's a typewriter???? <grin>
Dick Shryock
On the rock bound coast of Maine


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