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Mouse pointer on vista

When I use powerpoint & click on any item to select it , it moves.. & if I selected more than one item, they gets copied ... this is very annoying..

if anybody can fix that, plz tell ... thnx in advance

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  • dr_ma7mood Feb 14, 2009

    I tried it .. but it didn't work



    actually, I think it's not related to pointer speed.. coz the screen flash in this time.. it's due to windows error.. I hope there is something fixing it...



    & Thnx man for ur help :-}

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Go into control panel and select mouse..there are some settings you can change that will slow it down so it does not activate so fast.

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1-Firstly you go to system control panel(Start button->setting->Control panel)
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5-than ok..

Thanks,

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