Question about Inland (7232) (07232) Mouse
Posted by Anonymous on
You won't need another driver. Left/right button assignments are taken care of through the Control Panel in Windows. Depending upon what version of Windows you're using, it's generally under Hardware/Sound, then select the Mouse/Pointers tab. You can then assign left/right to your mouse buttons.
Hope that's helpful.
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