Most laptops don't have a numeric keypad, but they do have a method to
simulate a numeric keypad on the regular typing keys. Do you have a "Fn" key
between the left CTRL and ALT keys? Then try pressing this Fn key + ALT + ;
(semicolon) simultaneously. This should do the same as ALT + Numeric Plus on
a 101 keyboard. Similarly: Fn + ALT + P decreases magnification.
I hope this is what you were looking for? If not: ZoomText allows you to
change every command to different keystrokes. Normally I never advise people
to do that, but on a laptop it is often a better choice.
Greeting from Apeldoorn, The Netherlands,
Van: Sherry Wells [mailto:sdwells@...
Verzonden: dinsdag 30 oktober 2001 23:34
Onderwerp: [magnifiers] Using ZoomText with a Laptop Keyboard
For the first time I am having to use my laptop without attaching an
external keyboard. How can I increase & decrease the magnification with
keyboard commands? I tried the obvious ways, alt+ + to no avail. I miss
my numeric keyboard! Thanks.
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