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Bamboo Tablet pen doesnt draw where i want it to

I was using my bamboo tablet and i noticed when i put my pen to the center of the tablet, its actually on the far left or the far right. and then i cant reach the end of the screen sometimes. how can i solve this problem

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  • realgevan Mar 07, 2009

    I recently bought a wacom Bamboo but something is not working correctly.
    The
    bamboo tablet works perfectly as a mouse, but as soon as I open
    any software that are meant to support pressure sensitivity, such
    as photoshop, illustrator or even Corel Draw, the cursor jumps to the
    leftside of the screen and only moves around in a small area on the
    right side of the tablet!
    I'm using Windows Vista and I already
    installed the latest drivers from wacom website and turn off Vista's
    special features for tablets.. the problem remains.

  • Anonymous May 25, 2009

    how do you do that

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Make sure the tablet is set to "Pen Mode". It seems to do this on "Mouse Mode"...

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