I just tried to use the 4D wheel vertical and horizonal scroll turbo scroll and zoom control mouse. It caused everything to go haywire on my screen. Opening and closing windows and programs. It said on the instructions to turn off computer and plug in. Turn on computer no driver needs to be installed. I am running XP home. Do I need to install some sort of driver. Model #81150N is the mouse I purchased. I hope you can help me. Otherwise it is going in the trash
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Press Ctrl and + keys together to zoom, you can press it again to zoom in more. If you've a mouse with a wheel, scroll the wheel up while holding the Ctrl key.
Ctrl and - key or Ctrl and scroll the wheel down to zoom out.
Ctrl and 0 to return to normal.
You can zoom in or out using the Control Key and the Plus Key. The Minus Key will take you back to the previous view. You can also do this with your Mouse Scroll Wheel and the Control Key. This will make the fonts look bigger and help you see.
The scrolling feature on a laptop touchpad can take some
getting used to, which causes some users to disable the feature.
Whether scrolling was intentionally turned off or never
enabled on the laptop, it can easily be turned on from the "Mouse
Click "Start" (or the Windows logo button in Vista and Windows 7) and
select "Control Panel." Select "Classic View" in Vista if
not already displayed. Double click "Mouse."
You may also access "Mouse Properties" in Vista
and Windows 7 by clicking the Windows logo and typing "Mouse" in the
Press "Enter," then click "Mouse" when
the search is finished.
Select the "Hardware" tab.
Select the touchpad and click "Properties."
Click "Change Settings" if the settings aren't
Click the "Device Settings" tab in Windows 7 and
select the touchpad.
Click "Virtual Scrolling" in the touchpad
Click the boxes next to each "Enable
Scrolling" box and click "OK." Scrolling is now turned on for
If you have a mouse with a wheel, hold down the CTRL key, and then scroll the wheel to zoom in or out.
If you click the Change Zoom Level button , it will cycle through 100%, 125%, and 150%, giving you a quick enlargement of the webpage.
From the keyboard you can increase or decrease the zoom value in 10% increments. To zoom in, press CTRL+PLUS SIGN (+). To zoom out, press CTRL+MINUS SIGN (-). To restore the zoom to 100%, press CTRL+0.
This is usually caused by a setting within the mouse properties. You can change how many lines or pages are skipped when you scroll the wheel. You can change these settings by going to the control panel then click on the mouse icon.
Such a problem generally comes when your scroll sensitivity is high, try reducing the scroll sensitivity from control panel -> mouse if you mouse scroll does not take quantized steps (moves continuously rather than in steps ) this is quite a common problem and can also be reduced if not completely removed by decreasing scroll sensitivity.