The Panasonic CF-18 is available with two different screen options: a digitizer, which requires a stylus in order to use the screen; and a traditional touchscreen design, which you can control with your fingers. The touchscreen is one of the strongest features of this sleek design. Calibrate the touchscreen yourself to save time and money over hiring someone to do it for you. This can be done in just a few minutes.
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Things you need
- Panasonic CF-18
Go to the CF-18's desktop, locate the Touch Pad / Touchscreen icon, and double-click on it. The icon is usually displayed at the left side of the system clock. Locate the application from the list of programs on your Start button if you fail to find it on your desktop.
Click on the tab for the Touchscreen. Left-click its "Calibrate" button, located under the heading for "Calibration & Test."
Follow the instructions on screen to calibrate your CF-18 touchscreen. Use your stylus pen to press and release all the Red Plus [+] symbols or marks.
Press "Enter" when you have completed all nine calibration steps as instructed.
Click "OK" to close the Mouse Properties window.
Tips and warnings
- When calibrating your CF-18 touchscreen, you may need to apply additional pressure to register a "hit." Be careful not to apply too much force.
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