Read Me.txt Driver File Contents (pc476-4-U_en.exe)

WACOM TABLET SYSTEM, DRIVER VERSION 4.76

FOR PERSONAL COMPUTERS RUNNING
WINDOWS 98, Me, NT 4.0, WINDOWS 2000,
OR WINDOWS XP
(Service Pack 3 or Later Required for NT 4.0)

USB TABLETS REQUIRE WINDOWS 98, 2000, Me,
OR WINDOWS XP

COPYRIGHT WACOM CO., LTD. 2003


This document contains information that is important,
and information that is too new to have been
incorporated in the User's Manual.  There are six
sections in this document:

1. TABLET INSTALLATION - Provides information
   about installing the tablet software.

2. WHAT'S NEW IN THIS RELEASE - Lists new
   features, fixes, and changes to the software.

3. KNOWN ISSUES AND WORKAROUNDS - Describes
   known problems, workarounds, unsupported features
   and compatibility issues.

4. OBTAINING WACOM SOFTWARE UPDATES -
   Contains information on downloading Wacom software
   updates.

5. ORDERING PARTS AND ACCESSORIES - Contains
   information for ordering Wacom parts and accessories.

6. OBTAINING TECHNICAL SUPPORT - Contains
   contact information for Wacom Technical Support.


TABLET INSTALLATION

For information on connecting the Wacom tablet to
your system and installing the tablet software, refer
to the installation guide that came with your tablet.


WHAT'S NEW IN THIS RELEASE

  * EXTENDED MOUSE BUTTONS ADDED *

    Extended mouse button support options have been
    added under Windows XP and 2000 for all pen or
    mouse buttons (except the pen eraser).  The new
    options are 4th-Click and 5th-Click.

    Under Windows XP and 2000, the Intuos2 five
    button mouse and lens cursor button settings have
    changed. The 4th and 5th button defaults are now
    set to 5th-Click and 4th-Click.


  * RUN... COMMAND ADDED *

    The Run... command was added and provides the
    ability to launch an application from a Tool Button,
    Tablet Button, or Pop-up Menu.  Assigning the
    Run... option to a Tool Button or Tablet Button, or
    selecting the Add Run Application... button on the
    Pop-up Menu tab, displays a dialog box for selecting
    an application to launch.

    Note: This option is not available if you have not
    logged into your system.


  * POP-UP MENU TAB CHANGES *

    Drop-down menus have been added to the Pop-up
    Menu tab, providing you with the ability to change 
    the font and size of the Pop-up Menu.


  * PL & CINTIQ CALIBRATION CHANGES *

    For PL and Cintiq series tablets, the calibration
    dialog has been updated to provide better
    instructions on conducting the calibration.


KNOWN ISSUES AND WORKAROUNDS

  * GENERAL NOTES *

    WINDOWS XP - WHEN INSTALLING ON
    SYSTEMS WITH MULTIPLE USERS
    If you install the tablet on a system with multiple
    users and the tablet only works on the primary
    user desktop, reboot the system.

    SAFE MODE - SUPPORT FOR USB TABLETS
    If your PC was not configured with a USB keyboard
    or USB mouse, it may not support USB devices
    while in Windows Safe Mode.  In this case, your
    tablet will not function in Safe Mode.

    WINDOWS NT 4.0 - TABLET NOT FOUND
    AT SYSTEM BOOT-UP
    If an input device is left on the tablet during
    boot-up, NT 4.0 sometimes will register the tablet
    as a mouse, and the tablet driver does not load.
    To avoid this problem, remove all input devices
    from the tablet surface prior to booting up NT 4.0.

    FOR LCD/PEN-TABLETS: If your tablet is
    not detected after starting or restarting
    Windows NT, the NTDETECT program may have
    incorrectly identified the tablet as a serial
    mouse and loaded the mouse driver.  If this occurs,
    switch off the tabletís power for a few seconds,
    then turn it back on and restart Windows.  To avoid
    this problem always power down your tablet when
    shutting down or restarting Windows NT.

    WINDOWS 95 & 98 -
    MISSING SCREEN CURSOR
    If you have disconnected a serial mouse and the
    screen cursor is not visible, you can reattach the
    mouse and add a second serial card for the tablet,
    or you can do the following:

    1. Press Ctrl+Esc, then type "s" and "c" to open
       the Control Panel window.

    2. Use the arrow keys to select the Accessibility
       Options icon.  Then press Enter to open the
       Accessibility Properties control panel.
       Note that if this icon is not visible, you will
       need to install this Windows component using the
       Add/Remove Programs control panel.

    3. Press Shift+Tab, then right arrow, right arrow
       to select the Mouse tab.

    4. Press Alt+m to select the Use MouseKeys checkbox.

    5. Tab to OK and press Enter.

    6. Answer Yes to the prompt on using the setting
       for default.  The screen cursor should appear.

    WINDOWS 98 FIRST EDITION -
    USING DIFFERENT USB PORTS
    A USB tablet will work only on the USB port where
    it was installed.  If you plug the tablet into a 
    different USB port, the Add New Hardware dialog 
    will display.  (Windows must set up the proper
    registry information for each port.)  To allow the 
    tablet to work on multiple USB ports, go through
    the installation process for each port.  It is not
    necessary to insert a CD or copy any files since
    they are already installed.  Select Skip File when
    asked to copy a file.

    INTUOS TABLETS: AFTER CHANGING THE TABLET
    ORIENTATION, TABLET BUTTON ICONS DO NOT
    APPEAR
    When using the tablet in the Portrait or Landscape
    Flipped orientation, the tablet menu button icons
    will not display on your monitor.  However, the
    tablet menu buttons are still functional.


  * SOFTWARE COMPATIBILITY NOTES *

    MICROSOFT ACCESS V2.0
    MS PROJECT 4.0
    QUARK EXPRESS
    QUICKBOOKS PRO 5.0
    Using the pen to click or double-click in a field
    causes the screen cursor to freeze.  In this
    situation, move your PS/2 or serial mouse to
    unfreeze the screen cursor.


OBTAINING WACOM SOFTWARE UPDATES

If you have Internet access, you can download the
latest software updates:

USA, Canada, Central and South America (English)
Worldwide Web:  http://www.wacom.com/productsupport
Anonymous FTP:  ftp.wacom.com/pub/drivers

Europe, Middle East and Africa
Worldwide Web:  http://www.wacom-europe.com
Anonymous FTP:  ftp://ftp.wacom-europe.com/pub/

Japan
Worldwide Web:  http://tablet.wacom.co.jp

Asia Pacific (English)
Worldwide Web:  http://ap.wacom.co.jp


ORDERING PARTS AND ACCESSORIES

To purchase parts and accessories, call toll-free:
1-888-884-1870 (USA and Canada only) or visit Wacom's
web site at http://www.wacom.com/wacomdirect/ (USA
only).  Outside of the USA and Canada, please contact
your local dealer or distributor, or call the Technical
Support Hotline (see the telephone numbers below).


OBTAINING TECHNICAL SUPPORT

If you need to contact Technical Support, use the
appropriate number for your region:

USA, Canada, Central and South America
Worldwide Web (English):  
        http://www.wacom.com/productsupport
Phone:  +1-360-896-9833
   (English, 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday - Thursday,
    8:30 am to 5:00 pm Friday, Pacific Time)
FAX:  +1-360-896-9724 (English)
Email (English):  
        http://www.wacom.com/productsupport/email.cfm
            or
        support@wacom.com

Europe, Middle East and Africa
Phone (Austria):  +43-(0)1-790 825 550
Phone (Belgium):  +32-(0)2-275 0691
Phone (France):  +33-(0)1-7020 0070
Phone (Germany):  +49-(0)69-6630 8200
Phone (Spain):  +34 91 787 0346
Phone (Italy):  +39-(0)2-4528 7050
Phone (Netherlands):  +31-(0)20-517 4705
Phone (Switzerland):  +41-(0)1-212 2818
Phone (United Kingdom):  +44-(0)207-744 0831
Phone (Brazil):  +011 5041 9515
Phone (Other countries):  +49-(0)180-500 4397
FAX:  +49-(0)180-500 4398
Email:  support@wacom-europe.com

Japan
Phone:  +81-(0)47-380-8877
FAX:  +81-(0)47-380-8711
Email:  tablet@wacom.co.jp

Asia Pacific (English)
Phone:  +81-(0)3-3371-1595
FAX:  +81-(0)3-3371-1468
Inquiry Form:
  http://ap.wacom.co.jp/faq/tablet/inquiry_form.html



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