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Posted on May 02, 2008

  • Doug Hudson May 03, 2008

    is it a usb port mouse or is it a regular mouse that goes in to the socket for the mouse. if it is going across your sreen by it self, or its not moveing at all then you need a new mouse if its a usb mouse the same thing could happen.



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Safety first when using a laser pointer


Although a laser pointer may not look it, they can be very dangerous. While they can be a very effective tool for drawing your audience's attention to things in your presentations, using them for other purposes can cause a lot of damage. Following a few simple safety tips will ensure that no one will get hurt while you're presenting.

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- Check for reflective surfaces before you present with a laser pointer. If the beam is reflected off an other surface such as a mirror or glass can be just as dangerous as pointing it directly into some one's eyes.

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