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Got new computer cant program buttons on TB

Bottom left button works double click bottom right right click top 2 nothing

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Try going into Control Panel & click on printers. Then when the window opens, click on key settings and see if you can set the buttons to what you need. You should be able to program all the buttons there. Hope this helps. Bud

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