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Can I access mouse feature from keyboard?

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Old November 12th 08, 05:33 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Default Can I access mouse feature from keyboard?

I have a 64-bit Vista Home Premium system with the wireless Natural Ergonomic
Desktop 7000, consisting of keyboard plus mouse. The mouse's IntelliPoint
driver provides a very useful feature called Instant View, which responds by
default to a push on the wheel button, and shows a full-screen display of all
apps currently running. This is the best task-switcher I've seen, since it
gives a relatively large view of each app's screen and shows them all at
once; it's far better than the small Alt-Tab display or the Windows-Tab 3-D

I always prefer to use keyboard rather than mouse whenever possible. Can
anyone suggest how I might configure one of the programmable keys on the
keyboard to trigger this feature of the mouse driver? (I can handle Visual
Basic and JScript.)

Alternatively, does anyone know of a similar program that I can download and
run from the keyboard?


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