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Mouse model # FD4003 I didn't get a instruction book with my mouse, so I am wondering what the top round button is for and what the side buttons are for.

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Web...inscribe mark-model mouse...choose...find download for the precise instruction book (maybe yr pc isnt able to use such model?).

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If you are referring to the wheel as the top round button, that is for scrolling up and down within web pages. As for the side buttons, they are designed (default) to go forward and backward through web pages viewed. Those side buttons will most likely only work if you load the software that comes with the mouse as they are non-standard buttons. That same software may allow you to reassign the functions of the buttons for other uses.

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