You must configure the
digitizer so a movement on the digitizing tablet can be recorded
directly into an existing drawing file as you digitize.
To configure the digitizing
tablet, you define screen pointing areas. A screen pointing area
is a rectangular region on the digitizer surface within which the digitizer
acts like a mouse and can access windows, menus, and dialog boxes. You
can configure two screen pointing areas, one fixed and one floating.
When you digitize, the
fixed screen pointing area is disabled. To access the menus from
the digitizer, use the floating screen pointing area.
You can toggle between
the fixed and floating screen pointing areas with the F12 key.