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Open the mouse control panel. Go to the touchpad settings. Set it to ignore taps while typing. On my Lenovo, it uses the ALPS Touchpad. For this one, the tab is "Tapping" and the option is "Tap off when typing".

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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