Chapter 5
Input
What Is Input?
What is input?
p. 230 and 232 Fig. 5-1 Next
 Input device is
any hardware
component used
to enter data or
...
What Is Input?
What are the two types of input?
p. 230 Fig. 5-2 Next
 Unprocessed text,
numbers, images,
audio, and video...
The Keyboard
How is the keyboard divided?
p. 232 Fig. 5-3 Next
 Typing area
 Numeric keypad
 Function keys, special
key...
The Keyboard
What are alternative forms for commands?
p. 233 Fig. 5-4 Next
MICROSOFT WORD KEY COMBINATION EQUIVALENTS
Key ...
The Keyboard
What is a cordless keyboard?
p. 234 Fig. 5-6 Next
 Communicate with a receiver attached to a port on the
sys...
The Keyboard
What are other types of keyboards?
p. 234 Fig. 5-7 Next
 Notebook and many
handheld computers
have built-in ...
Pointing Devices
What is a mouse?
p. 235 Fig. 5-8 Next
 Pointing device that fits under palm of hand
 Pointing device co...
Pointing Devices
What is an optical mouse?
p. 235 Fig. 5-9 Next
 No moving mechanical
parts inside
 Senses light to dete...
Pointing Devices
How do you use a mouse?
p. 236 Fig. 5-10 Next
Step 1. Place the mouse toward the right
of the mouse pad.
...
Press
wheel
button
Press
wheel
button
Right-
drag
Right-
drag
Right-
click
Right-
click
Triple-
click
Triple-
click
Double...
Other Pointing Devices
What is a trackball?
p. 238 Fig. 5-12 Next
 Stationary pointing device
with a ball on its top
 To...
Other Pointing Devices
What are a touchpad and a
pointing stick?
p. 238 Figs. 5-13—5-14 Next
 Touchpad is small, flat,
re...
Other Pointing Devices
What are a joystick and a wheel?
p. 239 Fig. 5-15 Next
 Joystick is vertical
lever mounted
on a ba...
Other Pointing Devices
What is a light pen?
p. 239 Fig. 5-16 Next
 Handheld input device
that can detect light
 Press li...
Other Pointing Devices
What is a touch screen?
p. 240 Fig. 5-17 Next
 Touch areas of screen with
finger
 Often used with...
Other Pointing Devices
What is a stylus?
p. 240 Fig. 5-18 Next
 Looks like a ballpoint pen, but
uses pressure to write te...
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  1. 1. Chapter 5 Input
  2. 2. What Is Input? What is input? p. 230 and 232 Fig. 5-1 Next  Input device is any hardware component used to enter data or instructions  Data or instructions entered into memory of computer
  3. 3. What Is Input? What are the two types of input? p. 230 Fig. 5-2 Next  Unprocessed text, numbers, images, audio, and video  Instructions  Programs  Commands  User responses  Data
  4. 4. The Keyboard How is the keyboard divided? p. 232 Fig. 5-3 Next  Typing area  Numeric keypad  Function keys, special keys that issue commands
  5. 5. The Keyboard What are alternative forms for commands? p. 233 Fig. 5-4 Next MICROSOFT WORD KEY COMBINATION EQUIVALENTS Key Menu | Command Combination Command Button Copy Shift+F2 or Edit | Copy Ctrl+C Open Ctrl+F12 File | Open Paste Ctrl+V Edit | Paste  Many programs allow you to use key combination, menu, or button to obtain same result
  6. 6. The Keyboard What is a cordless keyboard? p. 234 Fig. 5-6 Next  Communicate with a receiver attached to a port on the system unit
  7. 7. The Keyboard What are other types of keyboards? p. 234 Fig. 5-7 Next  Notebook and many handheld computers have built-in keyboards
  8. 8. Pointing Devices What is a mouse? p. 235 Fig. 5-8 Next  Pointing device that fits under palm of hand  Pointing device controls movement of pointer, also called mouse pointer  Mechanical mouse has rubber or metal ball on underside mouse buttons wheel button mouse pad ball Click to view Web Link, click Chapter 5, Click Web Link from left navigation, then click Mouse below Chapter 5
  9. 9. Pointing Devices What is an optical mouse? p. 235 Fig. 5-9 Next  No moving mechanical parts inside  Senses light to detect mouse’s movement  More precise than mechanical mouse  Connects using a cable, or wireless
  10. 10. Pointing Devices How do you use a mouse? p. 236 Fig. 5-10 Next Step 1. Place the mouse toward the right of the mouse pad. Step 2. Move the mouse diagonally toward the left until the pointer is positioned on the Microsoft Outlook icon.  As you move mouse, pointer on screen moves
  11. 11. Press wheel button Press wheel button Right- drag Right- drag Right- click Right- click Triple- click Triple- click Double- click Double- click Pointing Devices What are common mouse operations? p. 237 Next PointPoint ClickClick DragDrag Rotate wheel Rotate wheel
  12. 12. Other Pointing Devices What is a trackball? p. 238 Fig. 5-12 Next  Stationary pointing device with a ball on its top  To move pointer, rotate ball with thumb, fingers, or palm of hand
  13. 13. Other Pointing Devices What are a touchpad and a pointing stick? p. 238 Figs. 5-13—5-14 Next  Touchpad is small, flat, rectangular pointing device sensitive to pressure and motion  Pointing stick is pointing device shaped like pencil eraser positioned between keys on keyboard Click to view Web Link, click Chapter 5, Click Web Link from left navigation, then click Touchpad and Pointing Stick below Chapter 5
  14. 14. Other Pointing Devices What are a joystick and a wheel? p. 239 Fig. 5-15 Next  Joystick is vertical lever mounted on a base  Wheel is steering-wheel-type input device  Pedal simulates car brakes and accelerator
  15. 15. Other Pointing Devices What is a light pen? p. 239 Fig. 5-16 Next  Handheld input device that can detect light  Press light pen against screen surface and then press button on pen
  16. 16. Other Pointing Devices What is a touch screen? p. 240 Fig. 5-17 Next  Touch areas of screen with finger  Often used with kiosks Click to view Web Link, click Chapter 5, Click Web Link from left navigation, then click Touch Screen below Chapter 5
  17. 17. Other Pointing Devices What is a stylus? p. 240 Fig. 5-18 Next  Looks like a ballpoint pen, but uses pressure to write text and draw lines  Used with graphics tablets, flat electronic boards Click to view Web Link, click Chapter 5, Click Web Link from left navigation, then click Stylus and Pen below Chapter 5

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