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How do you turn the magnifer off once it comes on

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If you use Vista click Start, Programs, Accessories, Ease of Access, then Magnifier. You should be able to find the Disable from there.

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Assign a keystroke to the mouse, in this instance I assigned 'p' for pan (as per the .pgp file short cuts etc) against the scroll wheel click.

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