What is a Cursor?
The cursor is a navigational place marker usually depicted as a blinking vertical bar such as the one after this arrowè ½. For example, the blinking bar lets you know where you are in a document you are editing. The cursor is moved by using either the keyboard (by typing characters or using the arrow keys to move the cursor without adding or changing existing characters) or the mouse to point to the next place to input a command or some text.
Figure 17 shows the adjustment windows for keyboard and cursor properties. To adjust the slider bars, place cursor on the bar and hold the mouse button down and drag the bar or click repeatedly.
8 Practice adjusting the cursor rate
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