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Can't get magnifier off screen

Somehow I get a magnifier on my screen and I don't want or need it. How do I get the magnifier off my screen and keep it off? Thank you for your help.
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First of all make sure to update to the latest driver. The problem is, the side buttons are very easy to push without meaning to do so. Right click the mouse icon in your system tray and select "Mouse Properties" select the BUTTONS tab, then disable both the left and right side mouse buttons. Click on APPLY and then OK

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