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Tutorial and Standard Settings

The My-T-Soft tutorial explains each of the panels and keys available. Following is a description of the standard settings for My-T-Soft and a brief description of the panels that are initially displayed. The tutorial and Section II of this manual will explain each key and panel in detail. The My-T-Soft Tutorial may be run from the My-T-Soft Welcome window or by selecting Tutorial from the My-T-Soft Menu.

Settings in the standard configuration

Left Mouse button (or pen or touchscreen tap) is set to press a key. Right Mouse button (if supported by touchscreen / pointing device driver) is for opening the My-T-Soft menu.

The following panels are initially displayed:

The Keyboard Panels

With a document or input window open, a left button click on any key on the alpha panel, edit panel, and numeric panel, acts exactly like pressing the corresponding key on the keyboard.

The My-T-Soft Tool Bar

The Tool (top) button when clicked will open and close the My-T-Soft Control Panel, which gives you access to the keys for the other available panels and actions.

The middle button will pop-up the My-T-Soft Menu

The bottom button will minimize My-T-Soft to either an icon or a button as set in the configuration.

The My-T-Soft Control Panel

Click on each button to open or close the indicated panel(s). The blue letters indicate an open panel, black letters a closed panel.

Change the size of My-T-Soft (SzUp, SzDn).

Exit My-T-Soft. (Exit)


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