Saturday, July 16, 2011

I am left-handed, and I find right-clicking difficult

Cause: Mouse keys provide right and left buttons; but to left-handed people, who use the mouse on the left side, it sometimes feels wrong to find the right-click features on the right side. The good news is that you can easily reverse the keys so that the left key is the primary key and the right key is the secondary key. This means that right-click features will work on the left key and left-click features will work on the right key.

To change the primary and secondary button configuration on your mouse, follow these steps.

1. Click Start--> Control Panel--> Mouse.

2. On the Buttons tab--> select the Switch Primary and Secondary Buttons check box--> click OK.

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