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I cannot pan with the mouse in Autocad or Revit.

The mouse is properly installed. I used to be able to press the scroll button to pan across my drawings in Autocad and Revit. Not all I get is an uncontrolled jump.

I can move side to side slowly by pushing the roller left of right, but I cannot complete any kind of dymamic pan.

A friend got it to work once, however when the computer is rebooted the same thing happens. Very Frustrating.

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  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    same proble here

  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2009

    I am alos having problems with my mouse in revit. The wheel will not pan or zoom. It just jumps around the screen.

  • Anonymous Mar 03, 2009

    I am having the same problem. I can pan by pressing the mouse wheel in model space but the extent of the pan is one short jump per press of the wheel. If I am on a layout tab and go to model space through a viewport I cannot pan at all.

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Go to START > CONTROL PANEL > MOUSE ..... Here you will find the Logitech settings. On the BUTTONS tab, you will see a diagram that numbers the buttons on the mouse as well as a table that shows what each button is assigned to. In this table, double click the number assigned to the mouse wheel (usually button 3) and reassign the wheel to MIDDLE BUTTON. This should restore your Autocad pans.

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I have had the same problem. I fixed it by using a standart microsoft 3 button with roller mouse. I know that an optical/wireless mouse is more convenient but having things jump around on you can be even more annoying.

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Thanks to blu scarab. the problem solved!

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