Mouse Handicapped

Do you know what that means? It means you have to have a mouse to work well on a computer.

That’s me. Mine just went out. Argh. I can type 10 times faster, get things done 10 times faster when I have a mouse.

When I have to use the touchpad, it’s awful. I’ll be typing away and all of a sudden I’ve slipped to a different place in the manuscript entirely. The WRONG place. Yes, it’s nice having it in a pinch, but I’m soooo Mouse handicapped.

What about you???

Dunnottar Castle, window to the sea, rocky death for prisoners trying to escape, copyrightOkay, off to struggle without a mouse.

Have a lovely Tuesday!!! 🙂

Terry

“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy is reality.”

www.terryspear.com

4 thoughts on “Mouse Handicapped

  1. I am very attached to my mouse, I named it Mickey. ‘They’ say that everything on a computer can be done without the help of Mickey, but remembering all those key functions is not very high on my list of necessary chores. And, a chore is exactly what it would be.

  2. LOL, I’m so glad I’m not alone!!! It’s like highlighting something so I can link it to a URL page…uhm, okay, or clicking on a word so I can see a synonym, no? Okay, how about….

    You know, all that stuff I do ALL the TIME and without any conscious effort. But no mouse? Have NO idea.. 🙂 And like you? I have enough to do. Besides, my brain is already cluttered enough. 🙂

  3. Maybe that’s what I need for my laptop. I absolutely hate typing on it because I end up in an entirely different place. I’m going to check some out now.
    Good luck. 🙂

  4. I totally love working with a mouse on my laptop. You just turn off the touch pad so it doesn’t move you where you don’t want to be. 🙂

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