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New MacBook Pro, getting use to it, has Snow Leopard. For some reason at times when using the mouse it zooms out, making everything smaller. What's up?

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Click the Apple menu (upper left corner). Click System Preferences. Click Mouse. Un-check "Zoom using scroll wheel while holding control." See if that fixes the problem. I assume you're using the mouse, not the trackpad. If you're using the trackpad, click Trackpad in System Preferences instead. Un-check "Pinch open and closed" under Two fingers.

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