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sounds like you have reverse mouse enabled  go into the control panel find the properties for you mouse, this should be a check box you can disable.    

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There is a small reset button on the bottom of the mouse push and hold it in for a couple seconds.

You would need to download and install software and drivers for mouse from the manufacturer to get a battery saving option.

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