- It may seem a little presumptuous to suggest using two buttons for one program, but we don't think you'll regret it. Set the "primary" button (the one that's easiest for you to push) to run StarTap. Press this button once, and you'll get the StarTap screen (duh!). But, press it twice, and you can switch between two applications. This is one of those things that's easier to do than to explain, but here goes:
- Suppose you want to look at notes that you have in Note Taker, and use them to make changes in Calendar. Just do this: run Note Taker, then run Calendar. To go back to Note Taker, press the StarTap button TWICE. To go back to Calendar again, do the same.
- We also mentioned a second button. When you installed StarTap, it made TWO entries in your Start Menu: StarTap, and StarTasks. Assign StarTasks to the second button. When you press this one, StarTap comes up with the current Tasks folder open. Just tap on one of the tasks to switch to it.
- Finally, you'll find a shortcut called Explore.lnk in the Start Menu / Programs folder. Assign this shortcut to a button, and it will take you directly to the Explorer screen.