Microsoft Office 2010 update for Mac and PC adds an option for using a keyboard with a touchscreen
Posted On July 29, 2021
Microsoft Office Support says Microsoft Office 2011 will now allow users to connect a keyboard to the touchscreen with the TouchPad 3G/TouchPad 3M/TouchPort 1G/1S.
The new feature will allow users who already have a touchpad to use the new feature with a touch screen.
The update is available now.
Microsoft Office support also says users can use a touch pad to navigate applications in the new Office application, which should be released later this month.
The TouchPad has always been a touch-sensitive device, but Microsoft said in an earlier blog post it would not support it with the new Windows 10 release.
Microsoft said in its blog post that the Touchpad 3G is a low power, small, high quality, full color touch pad that can be used with an external device like a mouse, tablet or laptop.
For the first time, users can attach a keyboard, mouse, stylus or trackpad to the touch pad.
The TouchPad 2G, 3G and 3M will also work.
TouchPad support has been a hot topic for several months, but it hasn’t been widely tested yet.
Microsoft is still investigating touch support in Windows 10.
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