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You can open the Dell touchpad settings by opening the program located here:

C:\Program Files\DellTPad\DellTPad.exe

or open via control panel by going here:

Control Panel -> Hardware and Sound -> Mouse and click on the image under 'Dell Touchpad'

Hope that helps,

Tiger720

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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Assuming you're talking about the touchpad, this can be enabled and disabled in your control panel.

Open your start menu, then Control panel, if it's not in classic mode click the Classic View link in the top-left corner. Now open the mouse icon and select the Device settings tab(red logo), now click the settings select by single clicking the synaptics touch pad from the list. click the settings button below the list and select the "Virtual Scrolling" section.

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