HP X7000 Wi-Fi Touch Mouse support
HP X7000 Wi-Fi Touch Mouse User's Guide
This document pertains to the HP X7000 Wi-Fi Touch Mouse.
NOTE:This is an edited copy from the printed format of the HP X7000 Wi-Fi Touch Mouse User's Guide. To obtain a better representation of the printed form, refer to the manuals section of this product’s support site.
This guide describes how to install and configure the mouse using the HP Mouse Control Center software and explains the mouse functions.
Installing and Uninstalling the HP Mouse Control Center
This section explains how to install and uninstall the HP Mouse Control Center software.
Installing the HP Mouse Control Center
To install the HP Mouse Control Center on your PC:
- Insert the supplied HP Mouse Control Center CD in your CD or DVD drive. The Installation Wizard loads.
- The Welcome screen appears. Click Next to continue.
- Read the End User License Agreement. If you accept, choose I accept the terms in the license agreement, and then click Next to continue.
- You may specify the location of the software installation or click Next to install the software in the suggested folder.
- Click Install to begin installation.Installation begins.
- After installation is complete, a confirmation dialog appears. Click Finish.
- The Pairing Wizard automatically starts. Before pairing your mouse to the computer, pull or remove the battery tab from the mouse and select OK. Once the tab is removed, you have 10 minutes to complete the installation.
- Make sure that the power switch on the bottom of the mouse is set to the ON position. Move the mouse to within 1 foot (30 centimeters) of the computer to begin pairing it.
- If the computer finds only one mouse, it automatically begins pairing with it. If it finds more than one mouse, select the correct mouse using the Mouse ID (which is printed on a label on the bottom of the mouse). Select Next to continue.The computer pairs itself with the mouse.
- Click Finish after pairing the mouse and computer. Windows 7® will detect the mouse, automatically find the drivers, and your mouse will be ready to use.
Uninstalling the HP Mouse Control Center
To uninstall the HP Mouse Control Center:
- Open the Start () menu > All Programs > Hewlett Packard > HP Mouse Suite. Select Uninstall from the submenu.
- A confirmation dialog appears. Click Yes and uninstallation begins.Your HP mouse is now uninstalled.
Navigating the HP Mouse Control Center
The HP Mouse Control Center interface is simple and straightforward, making it easy for you to find information and customize each function of your mouse.
Configuring Your HP Mouse
Different mouse settings are indicated by the tabs on the top of the screen. Click a tab to enter the settings screen.
When you change a setting, you may click Apply to save the changes, OK to save the changes and exit the program, or Cancel to exit without saving. To launch the Pairing Wizard, select Pairing Wizard.
You can configure each of the mouse buttons on the Buttons tab.
The Select Button list displays the list of buttons available. When available, radio buttons will display a list of actions you can use to configure the button highlighted in the Select Button list.
Click a button name from the Select Button list to view the functions that can be assigned to that button.
Restore Default Settings
Click the button to restore the buttons to the original default settings.
The Left and Right Buttons
By default, the left mouse button is set to perform the left-click function. The right mouse button is set to perform the right-click function.
If you want to swap these two button functions, check the Swap Buttons check box.
Click to save all changes.
Press the Backward button to display in your browser the last page you visited.
Click to save all changes.
Press the Forward button to display in your browser the page you visited before you pressed the Backward button.
Click to save all changes.
Select Other to set a button to execute one of a set of other predefined functions when you press that button.
A drop-down menu appears. Select an application from the list.
Click to save all changes.
By default, the scroll area is set to operate as the mouse middle button when pressed.
Select the function you want to assign to the mouse middle button.
Click to save all changes.
Left Side Buttons
The HP mouse has two buttons on the left side of the mouse. By default, the buttons are set to operate as Backward and Forward when pressed. Press the Backward button to display in your browser the last page you visited. Press the Forward button to display in your browser the page you visited before you pressed the Backward button. These buttons can be programmed to other functions.
Select the function you want to assign to the button from the list.
Click to save all changes.
You can configure the scroll area settings on the Wheel tab.
The Scrolling Speed section allows you to adjust how fast the window scrolls when you scroll vertically.
Select the scrolling speed you want by using the Scrolling Speed options:
Scroll: Select this option and use the drop-down list to select the speed.
Scroll one screen per notch: Select this option to scroll up or down a whole screen each time you move the scroll area up or down one notch.
Click to save all changes.
Capacitive Touch Scrolling
Your HP mouse includes a capacitive sense scroll wheel instead of a mechanical scroll wheel. With capacitive sense technology, there are no moving parts. To scroll up, just slide your fingertip in an upward direction on the touch area, and to scroll down, slide your fingertip in a downward direction on the touch area.
If you are scrolling through a long document or Web page, you can easily navigate a large number of lines by quickly moving your fingertip up or down on the touch area, and then lifting your fingertip off the touch area. The mouse will continue to scroll by itself for a short time, and then automatically slow down and stop.
You can configure the mouse settings in the Mouse tab.
The Pointer Speed section allows you to control how fast the pointer moves across the screen.
The Mouse Resolution section shows you how to adjust the resolution of the mouse.
The Batteries Status indicator shows the current battery level of the mouse.
What does resolution or sensitivity mean when applied to mouse settings?
Resolution is a term that refers to a computer’s screen or display, indicating the number of pixels on the horizontal axis and the vertical axis. The higher the resolution, the more detail is displayed.
For a mouse, resolution indicates the number of dots on the screen that the cursor moves for every inch that you move the mouse. For this reason, mouse resolution is typically listed as dots per inch (dpi).
The resolution setting controls the number of signals sent to the controller chip for every inch the mouse is moved. At higher resolution, more signals are sent. This results in better control of the cursor and a smoother motion. The higher the dpi setting, the more control you have over the cursor movement.
When using some applications, such as illustrating software or certain games, you may want more control. For these programs, use a higher resolution setting. Other programs, such as word processing software or a Web browser, may be easier to use with a lower resolution setting.
To adjust the resolution, hold the main left, right, and Facebook mouse buttons down simultaneously for three seconds. The resolution will change from the default value to the next highest resolution. Hold these three mouse buttons again, and the resolution will change to the next available resolution value. Each time the buttons are held for three seconds, the resolution will change to the next available setting.
The available resolutions are: 400 DPI, 800 DPI, 1200 DPI (default), and 1600 DPI. When the resolution changes, the LED will blink as follows:
- 400 DPI: one blink
- 800 DPI: two blinks
- 1200 DPI: three blinks
- 1600 DPI: four blinks
The HP Wi-Fi Mouse and your computer communicate using 802.11 wireless technology, no separate USB receiver is necessary. You must pair (connect) the mouse with your PC to enable the communication.
Before pairing your mouse to your PC, make sure that your PC’s Wi-Fi is turned on. Many notebook computers have a switch or button that turns the Wi-Fi function off/on.
To pair (connect) the mouse with your PC for the first time:
- Install the software included with your mouse. At the end of the installation process, it will lead you through the steps to pair your mouse with your PC.
To pair (connect) the mouse after the initial software installation:
- If you have already installed the mouse software, launch the HP Mouse Control Center software from your desktop shortcut.
- Click on the Configure icon, and then click on the Pairing Wizard button.
- Move the power switch (2) on the bottom of the mouse to the ON position.
- Press and release the Connect button (1) on the bottom of the mouse.Figure 26: Bottom of the mouse1 - Connect button2 - Power switch
- Follow the steps in the pairing wizard.
Figure 27: Pairing Application
Click Turn Off Tray Icon to remove the HP Mouse Control Center software icon from the system tray.
Click the Select Language drop-down list to display a list of available languages.
Battery status is shown in a system tray icon or on the Mouse tab of the HP Mouse Control Center.
Full power is indicated by a green battery icon in the system tray . Low battery power is indicated by a black battery icon .
When the battery status indicates a low battery level, replace the batteries in order to continue to use the mouse.
NOTE: Only high-capacity alkaline batteries are recommended for use with this product.
Uploading to Facebook
Your HP mouse includes software that lets you easily upload pictures to your Facebook account.
By default, the Facebook upload feature is associated with the mouse button that is located in the upper-left portion of your mouse, just to the left of the left-click button.
Uploading Pictures to Facebook
Before you can begin uploading pictures to your Facebook account, you must configure settings so that the software can access your Facebook account. During the software installation process, you were asked for your Facebook user name and password. If you provided this login information, you are ready to begin uploading pictures to Facebook. If you skipped this step of the installation process, you can access the settings by right-clicking the taskbar icon and then selecting Settings.
The Facebook upload software lets you upload any image that is currently displayed on your computer monitor. You can upload photos, portions of text, or any other on-screen image.
When you are ready to begin uploading pictures, position the mouse pointer on one corner of the on-screen image that you want to upload. Click and hold the Facebook button on your mouse, and then drag the mouse pointer to the opposite corner of the image. During this process, you are drawing a box around the image that you want to upload.
When you release the mouse button, the area inside the box that you drew is captured (saved), and a preview window shows you the image that you captured. If you want to upload that image to Facebook, it's as easy as selecting the check box next to the image in the preview window, selecting the name of the Facebook album where you want the image to go, and then clicking the Upload button.
If you want to select a different Facebook album, click the drop-down arrow to display a list of the albums that are currently associated with your Facebook account. You can then select any album in the list.
If you want to upload multiple pictures at the same time, close the preview window, and then select more images by drawing a box around each on-screen image. When you are done, you can select multiple images in the preview window, and the software uploads all the pictures that you selected.
Configuring Your Facebook Software Settings
You can access the Facebook upload software settings by right-clicking the taskbar icon and then selecting Settings.
A window opens, where you can configure all the settings associated with the Facebook upload software.
The Facebook credentials section lets you change your Facebook user name and password. This feature is useful if you need to change your Facebook settings after you install your mouse software, if you accidentally typed the wrong Facebook login information during the software installation process, or if you want to use a different Facebook account. To change your Facebook login information, type your Facebook user name (typically, your e-mail address) and your Facebook password, and then click the Save button.
The Create new Facebook album section lets you create a new Facebook album. To access this feature, you must first provide your Facebook user name and password, and then click the Login button. The Albums Created field displays a list of your existing Facebook albums. You can then type a new album name and album description, and then click the Create button.
The Image path/name section lets advanced users configure the location where the temporary files (created by the software) are stored on your computer. To change the default location of the temporary files, click the Browse button, and then select a new hard disk drive or path where you want to store the files. The temporary files have a prefix appended to the file name, and you can use the File prefix name field to change this prefix.
The General Settings section contains two check boxes:
- Discard images after upload: If you select this check box, the temporary image files are automatically deleted from your computer after you successfully upload pictures to Facebook. If you clear this check box, temporary image files are kept, so that you can access the images again later.
- Show preview window after each capture: If you select this check box, a preview window opens each time that you release the Facebook button on your mouse after drawing a box around an image. If you typically capture multiple images, you may want to clear this check box. If you clear the check box, the preview window does not open after each image is captured, so you can more easily select multiple images. When you are done and are ready to upload pictures, you can right-click the taskbar icon and then select Upload photos.
Mouse Sensor Technology
The HP mouse uses either optical or laser sensor technology.
An optical mouse uses an LED light to track movement.
A laser mouse is typically much more sensitive than an optical mouse. Also, a laser mouse works on surfaces on which an optical mouse performs poorly, such as black or shiny surfaces.
|During the software installation process, I am receiving an error message that my operating system is not supported.||Your PC must be running the Windows 7 operating system in order to communicate with the HP
Wi-Fi Mouse. |
Additionally, your PC's Wi-Fi adapter must be Windows 7 certified.
|My mouse is not detected by the pairing wizard.||Before pairing your mouse to your PC, make sure that your PC's Wi-Fi is turned on. Many notebook computers have a switch or button that turns the Wi-Fi function off/on.|
|I am having problems pairing the HP Wi-Fi Mouse with my PC, or the mouse behaves erratically after it is paired.||Since your PC communicates with the mouse using wireless communication, please use Windows Update or check your Wi-Fi manufacturer’s website to make sure that you have the latest drivers for your PC’s wireless network adapter.|
|During the pairing process, the wizard displays more than one mouse. How do I know which one to select?||You can identify your specific mouse from the "Mouse ID" which is found on the bottom of your mouse.|
|My mouse is turned off, but it is still detected by the pairing wizard.||The PC system keeps a cache of previously discovered mice. This cache does expire, but it can take up to 5 minutes depending upon your PC's wireless adapter.|
|When I turn my mouse off and back on again, it takes my PC a long time to redetect the mouse.||When the mouse is turned off and then turned back on, the PC has to go through the mouse disconnection process followed by the mouse connection process. It can take between 5 and 10 seconds to complete both of these processes.|
|The mouse pointer is not moving. What should I do?||Ensure that all setup procedures have been followed correctly. If the software has already been
installed, uninstall it, reboot your computer, and then re-install.|
Clean the mouse lens with a cotton swab. Do not use any other materials or solvents to clean the mouse lens as this may result in damage to the lens.
Because this is an optical device, it is important to use it on an appropriate surface. If the surface you are using your mouse on is highly reflective, the surface may be the source of the problem. Use a mouse pad or change to a more neutral-colored surface.
|The mouse pointer is moving abnormally. What should I do?||This can be caused by debris around or on the lens that is interfering with the optical signal. Clean the mouse lens with a cotton swab. Do not use any other materials or solvents to clean the mouse lens as this may result in damage to the lens.|
For further assistance with any of the above problems or for any other questions you may have, contact a technical support representative. Visit http://www.hp.com/support .
Physical discomfort and injury can result from incorrect use of your mouse. Follow these guidelines to ensure that such problems are avoided:
- Sit up straight in your chair, with your elbows by your sides.
- Adjust the height of your chair so your arms bend at a 90-degree angle respective to your desk.
- Position your mouse in front of you, to the side of your keyboard.
- Do not slouch or hunch over your workspace. It is important to keep your wrists, arms and shoulders relaxed.
- If necessary, use a wrist rest or a palm rest to alleviate extra stress placed on your joints when typing or using the mouse, especially for long periods of time.
If you experience any feelings of numbness, cramping, swelling or stiffness in your wrists, arms, neck or shoulders, consult your local doctor or nearest health institution immediately.
For more information, please visit http://www.hp.com/ergo .