Quick Notes Question

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  1. mergleh

    mergleh New Member

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    I just have a couple of questions regarding the use of the purple button on the pen to turn the surface on...
    1) Is it possible to change the default thickness of the pen without "unlocking" the device?
    2) My two thumb buttons do not work unless I unlock the device and launch either the OneNote app or OneNote 2013. Is this normal?

    Thanks for any assistance
     
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    "When Surface is locked, you can only use the pen’s top button. The eraser and right-click buttons won’t work until after you unlock Surface by signing in. When Surface is unlocked, all three buttons are available for use." (User Guide)
     

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