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I use Windows 7 and the Kensington expert mouse 64213. I can't figure out how to program it to drag-and-drop. Can you help?

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When i had similar problems what i did was to simply visit the kensington website and update the driver to the latest version. Once you update preferably the 6.1 version.Most of the previous versions are not completely compatible with the windows 7 OS therefore minor glitches are encountered when they are in use.Try the update and let me know what happens. Hoping to hear from you.
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