How to use a (non-touch) 2nd monitor

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  1. godzillinois

    godzillinois New Member

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    I have a Surface Pro and am thinking about getting a 7 inch monitor for it so that I can move all the tools and tool bars onto the second monitor when I'm using Photoshop or Manga Studio, essentially making the Pro strictly a touchscreen. I was wondering if that was something that is possible to do? How does moving the cursor work when going to the other monitor? Can it be done with finger touch or the stylus or is a mouse needed at that point?
     
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    You would need a mouse or at least a virtual mouse...there is one linked in another thread. A physical mouse would work better...
     

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