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How can I adjust the speed and size of my Logitech USB Mouse.

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Depending what version of Windows you are using, you can go to:

A. Start Menu
B. Select Control Panel
C. Select "Mouse"

From here you can play with lots of settings for the mouse, including speed, size and more. (The layout of these options, and many of these settings are different from one version of Windows to another. All of them allow you to change the speed and icon though)

If you are using a Mac with OSX, you can find similar options in the System Profiler.

Good Luck

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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