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My mouse is working backwards. What do I need to do?

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There is an option in Windows Control Panel to set the specifications for the mouse. It's a bit different for various versions of Windows, but generally the path is Control Panel, then (on older versions) Mice and Pointers or (on newer versions, and in Win 7) Hardware/Mouse. There's a selector to "switch" the mouse buttons' functions (L to R and R to L). It's also referred to sometimes as switching between right-handed and left-handed mousing.

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