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This happens whilst using microsoft word or email.
Using Vista home on an ACER laptop
If your laptop has the option too you can turn off touch pad through a switch above the touch pad.
If you can't find this, or you don't have one, simply go to the run command and type in devmgmt.msc, ok.
Once in the device manager go "Mice and Other Pointing Devices"
look for your touchpad, right click on it and select disable.
Please note, some laptops wont let you disable to the touchpad, mine wont, but mine has an on and off key.
Touch Pad On
Touch Pad Off
This will keep the mouse from moving whole you type, but I suggest you get a regular mouse, especially if you have to disable the device with the Device manager.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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