Leopard Trick: Zoom Using Two Fingers on MacBook/Pro

Avatar Written by Arief Fajar Nursyamsu · 18 sec read > 7.961 views

We can absolutely optimize the standard functions of trackpad as mouse replacement. Trackpad can be used for scrolling and click just like in Windows Based Laptop.

Zoom can also be done from trackpad easily by only pressing it like usual with two fingers and then move one of the fingers up or down to do the zoom. Do not forget to press the Ctrl key otherwise you will do usual scrolling.

It is easy. Isn’t it? You need Mac OS X Leopard on your MacBook or MacBook Pro.

Written by Arief Fajar Nursyamsu
A blogger and now managing a SOHO company selling educational toys. I also run web development and content writing business. Blog and internet marketing as well as SEO are what I am doing a lot. Profile

6 Replies to “Leopard Trick: Zoom Using Two Fingers on MacBook/Pro”

  1. Macintosh, commonly shortened to Mac, is a brand name which covers several lines of personal computers designed, developed, and marketed by Apple Inc. The Macintosh was introduced on January 24, 1984; it was the first commercially successful personal computer to feature a mouse and a graphical user interface rather than a command-line interface.

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