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LpgiTech Cordless Click opposite movement

My logitech cordless click mouse just started moving in the opposite direction that you are moving the mouse. I do not have the original box or instructions anymore and I do not know how to correct this issue. I do not know if I mistakenly hit a couple of buttons to switch the movement, but I need to get it corrected. Thanks.

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  • waltervp Oct 31, 2008

    I am an experienced MOUSE USER!! And this cordless mouse just keeps on moving, and clicking a button becomes a chase! Frustrating. Wish someone had an answer.

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Yep - just turn it around so you hold it correctly in your hand :-)

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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"Logitech MouseWare Software:
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