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Windows 10 and Inking

 
Know The Basics
When your PC goes to sleep, hit enter to get to the login screen
Ctrl+Alt+Del to sign out
 
Your Desktop
Personalize tiles by dragging apps into the tiles section. 
Personalize your task bar by right clicking on apps to add or remove them.
 
Touchpad Gestures
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Select an item: Tap on the touchpad.
Scroll: Place two fingers on the touchpad and slide horizontally or vertically.
Zoom in or out: Place two fingers on the touchpad and pinch in or stretch out.
Show more commands (similar to right-clicking): Tap the touchpad with two fingers, or press in the lower-right corner.
See all open windows: Place three fingers on the touchpad and swipe them away from you.
Show the desktop: Place three fingers on the touchpad and swipe them towards yourself.
Switch between open windows: Place three fingers on the touchpad and swipe right or left.
Some of these gestures will only work with precision touchpads, so don't fret if a move won't work for you.
 
Helpful Keyboard Shortcuts
 
Tablet Mode Desktop View:
In tablet mode, open File Explorer to view Desktop Documents
 
 
Inking
If you do not see this icon on the right side of the task bar, right click on the task bar and select "Show Windows Ink Workspace button"
 
Practice Inking on this map in Tablet mode: 
When you're done - Save the sketch to your desktop; copy and paste your sketch into a Word Doc or email
 
 
 
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