Changing Mouse Settings
Place the cursor anywhere in the document, and then press the scroll wheel
button once. An autoscroll icon appears.
Move the mouse in the direction you want to scroll. The farther you move the
mouse from the starting point, the faster the document scrolls.
To stop autoscrolling, press the scroll wheel button again.
NOTE: Autoscrolling does not work with some software programs.
Place the cursor anywhere in the document, and then press and hold down the scroll
Slowly move the mouse in the direction you want to pan. The farther that you move the
mouse from the starting point, the faster the document pans.
To stop panning, release the scroll wheel button.
NOTE: Panning works only if the horizontal scroll bar in the window is active. Panning
does not work with some software programs.
Switching mouse button functions
To switch the functions of the right and left mouse buttons for left-handed use:
Click the Windows Start Button
Click Control Panel.
Click Hardware and Sound, if it is present.
Click the Buttons tab, and check Switch primary and secondary buttons.
Click Apply (using the new primary button), and then click OK.
on the taskbar.
Using the Mouse