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Mouse scroll wheel doesn't work properly

I have a Microsoft wireless intellimouse explorer 2.0 that I've used on my desktop computer and my laptop. In excel on my laptop, I was able to scroll left and right as well as the usual up and down. On my desktop computer, I am not able to scroll left and right. I have the updated drivers, have the scroll enabled for left/right, have good batteries, etc. I cannot figure out how to make my left/right scroll work. Please help!

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  • kitten2781 Sep 22, 2008

    Yeah, I just tried that and no go. :( any other ideas?

  • kitten2781 Feb 12, 2009

    I've tried clicking the scroll bar then scrolling, and it didn't work.

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I CAN SCROLL WITHIN THIS SOLUTION PAGE BUT WON'T SCROLL ONCE I GET OUT

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Have you tried clicking on the bar that moves the page left to right and then tried using the scroll wheel?

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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