On my logitech mouse I have six buttons I can press. There's a left click, a right click, a scroll wheel and three other buttons I don't know the names of. One is on the left, one in the middle, and one is on the right. If I press the button on the left while I press CTRL the display rotates, If I press the button on the right while I press CTRL the display rotates a different way -- but I can't get it back to normal.
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Try putting the pointer on the little bar in the middle of the scroll bar.While you hold the left button down.If you want to go from one end to the other fast click inside the track.If your mouse has a wheel click any where on the page and roll the wheel and the page will move.Some wheels can be clicked down like a left click and in this position a four way or to way arrow will appear and you can just move the mouse in the direction you wish to move and stop and the page will scroll at the speed that you stop at this is auto scroll . Some wheels will move the page sideways by pushing the wheel to the side.I like Logitech products.Thank You fur choosing FixYa.com.
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It sounds like someone spilled pop or other sticky stuff on the mouse. Its pretty easy to clean. Should be a couple of screws on the bottom. Take them out and carefully remove the plastic pieces. As long as you go slow are remember how it all fits together you will be just fine. There are a couple of small pieces that will fall out (if its an older mouse) so just be cautious. Use some rubbing alcohol and q-tips to clean around where the buttons press down and where the wheel rotates. Then put back together and it should work fine. Remember to do all this with it unplugged.
I had a similar problem and was able to fix it. The left mousebutton was clickable, but needed extra force.
After opening the mouse I found that at the side of the mousewheel there was notch pointing upwards, preventing free movement of the left mousebutton. I was able to rotate the ring with the notch back into horizontal position after gently pushing the housing surrounding the mouse wheel wider.
The scroll button should be the wheel. rolling back the wheel should scroll for you. you can also auto scroll by pushing down on the wheel and gently pulling the mouse backward. (faster you pull the mouse, faster it scrolls)
Go to START > CONTROL PANEL > MOUSE ..... Here you will find the Logitech settings. On the BUTTONS tab, you will see a diagram that numbers the buttons on the mouse as well as a table that shows what each button is assigned to. In this table, double click the number assigned to the mouse wheel (usually button 3) and reassign the wheel to MIDDLE BUTTON. This should restore your Autocad pans.
You should make sure that you have the LX7 Setpoint software installed to set the features you want. For the scroll button or button three if pressed, I have mine set to zoom (first selection). The scroll function of the wheel should be automatic. Go the mouse movement settings and set the scroll size to 6 lines. That should allow you to scroll your pages adequately. If this helps send a reply for others to view.