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Documnet Flip Suddenly, today, my VX Revelution mouse keeps opening up Document Flip for no reason. Constantly. Even when I am not trying to use the mouse (like 8 TIMES while I was typing this (now 15+)

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  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2008

    document flip.... driving me nuts... not happy

  • heres Jan 06, 2009

    "driving me nuts" no i've been driven there already. the document flip comes up so often i'm.....

  • Anonymous May 18, 2009

    For the past week the Document Flip dialog box keeps popping up...I did not know where this was coming from until I did a google search and see where several others had it from the Logitech cordless mouse (which I have had for several years). This is annoying as others have stated. Is there a solution for this yet. If not, I will get another mouse.

  • evie0715 May 22, 2009

    The Documet Flip window just suddenly to pop up out of no where. It appears 85% of the time while I'm online playing games and blocks my game screen :(. Is there a "default" something or another I can use or what will I need to do to make this stop. Like the other compalints about this issue -- NOT A HAPPY CAMPER anymore. Like just now when I was about to post this!!

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Same problem with my logitech used a air hose to clean out the mouse end of problem.
think about it in the old days the ball would get dirty now it is the everyday dust etc and **** from your hands etc. like i said i used a air hose to blow it clean.

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