For information about using a gesture to open a Web browser, see Connecting to the Internet with a gesture.
The topics in the Getting Started section provide information about basic Shorthand usage.
The topics in the Using Basic Shorthand Functions section provide information about simple gesture usage.
The topics in the Using Advanced Shorthand Functions provide information about using gestures for Tablet PC functions that are more complex than simple Shorthand usage.
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Shorthand is an advanced gesture recognition engine and command processor that enables you to easily control programs by using your pen to draw simple symbols on the Tablet PC screen.
Gestures are simple symbols, similar to characters, which you can draw on your Tablet PC screen with your pen (while pressing the pen button). When you draw a gesture that exists in Shorthand, the application performs the action that is associated with that gesture.
The following topics provide information about how to get started using Shorthand and gestures.
Using the Shorthand Command Editor
Drawing a gesture
Demo - Using a gesture to open a Web browser
The following topics provide information about basic Shorthand functions such as adding, removing, and creating gestures.
Creating a new gesture
Removing a gesture
Using gestures to insert text or send keystrokes
Changing the line color and characteristics of gestures
The following topics provide information about using advanced Shorthand and gesture functions.
Creating multiple commands for one gesture
Creating a gesture to search a word using Google in Internet Explorer
Creating a gesture to connect to the Internet with a modem
Using the Print Screen function with a gesture
Locking your computer with a gesture
Connecting to the Internet with a gesture