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Magnification function Can you turn off that magnification function

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With one hand, press down on the mouse to hold it VERY still.
Then, with the other hand, while not allowing the mouse to move,
click the button on the right-hand edge of the mouse.

Then, run the software that came on a CD-ROM with the mouse to "disable" that specific mouse-button.

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