[vicsireland] Re: position changing in word document

Blankhi gerard
thanks for those possibilities , will check them out.
regards
Paul H
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Gerard Ellis 
  To: vicsireland@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Thursday, November 20, 2008 8:03 PM
  Subject: [vicsireland] Re: position changing in word document


  Hi, Paul,

  There could be many reasons. 

  One is already mentioned that something like a virus checker is jumping in 
and taking focus.

  Another is a more common one. This is where there is dirt in the keyboard, 
the external mouse or, more common again, on the built-in mouse pad in a laptop.

  Another one that was told to me was that the mouse or keyboard may need a 
firmware update to interact properly with a more modern Operating System than 
it was envisaged to work with.

  I know these answers are vague, but it's the best we can do from this 
distance.



  Take Care,

  Gerry Ellis

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    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Paul Halligan 
    To: vicsireland@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
    Sent: Thursday, November 20, 2008 10:59 AM
    Subject: [vicsireland] position changing in word document


    hi folks
    i have a word document open and start typing . perhaps i have 8 or so 
sentences typed  and am about to type some more when suddenly i find i may be 
at the beginning or halfway through the text i have just typed rather than at 
the end of the sentence i have just entered.
    it throws the entered text in a complete scramble and i end up having to go 
through the whole document and cut and paste and rearrange every few minutes.

    it also happens when i am composing e mail too, one moment i am writing the 
e mail and next the system just goes to the main outlook express page. with 
this latter problem i can press alt and tab and get back to where i was 
composing the e mail.

    any ideas?
    many thanks
    Paul h

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