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Customize Pen flicks

Posted February 2007 by Steve Sinchak

If you have a tablet PC and are running Windows Vista you have some new options to customize your pen flicks that will help you become a pen power users.

  1. Click on the Start Button and key in Pen and Input Devices and hit Enter.
  2. Click or tap on the Flicks tab.
  3. Enable flicks by checking Use flicks to perform common actions quickly and easily if it is not already enabled.
  4. Select Navigational and editing flicks.
  5. The Customize button will now be active. Click it.
  6. Customize away and hit OK when you are finished.
  7. Hit OK once more to exit.

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