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Cursor jumping hi! when i m typing m cursor jumps between the sentences, back and down.i was suggested from the company to replace the keyboard,so i did but the problem keeps going. what should i do?

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Cursor jumps in sentence when typing


Hi Shirley

JUMPING LAPTOP MOUSE CURSOR

This is a problem that affects certain laptops. The sensitivity of the touchpad is the cause of the problem. As you type, your wrists and the lower part of the palm of your hands either brush or pass very close to the touchpad, activating it and causing the cursor to jump. Static electricity building up in the typist's body and passing to the touchpad can also contribute to this effect.

The solution, if the problem is very bad with your laptop, is to use a comfortable Wrist Rest that raises the palm and wrist high enough so that typing is possible and comfortable but unintended contact with the touchpad is avoided. See an example below.

I hope this helps.

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You are probably hitting the touchpad below the keyboard with the heel of your hand as you're typing. I do it myself sometimes, and many people I know who had the same trouble have found that was the cause for them as well.

What I suggest if you're doing a lot of typing is to disable the touchpad and use an external mouse. Then you don't need to worry about the touchpad, and a regular mouse is (at least for me, anyway) more comfortable for extended use. If the touchpad on your computer doesn't have an on/off switch near its top edge, you can disable it through the Windows Control Panel (or touchpad control utility if one is installed).

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My Asus Eee netbook keyboard seems to "cut and insert" when I am writing sentences. I will start writing and all of a sudden I will notice that it will start typing from wherever the cursor was to begin...


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I have been having the same problem for some time now with my Acer laptop and windows vista.
What worked for me was changing a Mouse setting in the Control Panel.
Go to Control Panel -> Mouse. Then go to the "Tapping" tab and make sure that the "Tap off when typing" box is Checked


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