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Re: Logigech mouse Model M-BA47
Go to Control Panel and click on the Mouse icon.When the window opens showing the mouse,
select the button you want to change and click on the drop down and set as
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If you are referring to the wheel as the top round button, that is for scrolling up and down within web pages. As for the side buttons, they are designed (default) to go forward and backward through web pages viewed. Those side buttons will most likely only work if you load the software that comes with the mouse as they are non-standard buttons. That same software may allow you to reassign the functions of the buttons for other uses.
Go to the computer right then Properties, and then Device Manager, and then looking mouse device ID or there is a problem in the event of a problem, you must redefine the mouse again and then re-run to the computer
I don't think that this keyboard has that key built in.
Have a look at Gadwin PrintScreen for capturing screens or active windows (and other features). The default hot key for this program is "print screen" but can be redefined.
You could also use the on screen keyboard.
Windows XP comes with a built in on screen keyboard. Basically a graphic of a keyboard comes up and acts like your keyboard, you can use your mouse to hunt and peck around. What uses does this have and what did I use it for? Well, it's good for people with disabilities, where it would be easier to use a mouse than trying to type or it's great to use when your keyboard goes loco on you. Yes, we've all had our keyboard go nuts. Here is how you launch it:
- Click "Start" button
- Click on "RUN"
- Enter\type "OSK" (without quotes)
The keyboard comes on
You can also create a shortcut to the "On-Screen Keyboard", because if your keyboard should go out on you, it would be handy to have it. All you do to create the shortcut is to:
- Right click on the desktop
- Click the new shortcut button
- Enter\type OSK, click next twice, and there you have it.
If you remove the ball, look inside there are 2 white rollers(they may ba a different color) that touch the ball as it moves, there will be build up of gunk on them from the ball, use an exacto knife or something small to scrape the stuff off of them.
browse for some controller to mouse/keyboard software, you should be able to find tons on google, i use joy to key, just set up the buttons to keys you want to use, or set up the buttons randomly and redefine the keys in the game, also if you use a mouse in game you can set up buttons or joysticks to use the mouse on joy to keys
:) hope this helps