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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by mudpie, Apr 16, 2004.

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  1. mudpie

    mudpie Thread Starter

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    Recently I changed my wireless Logitech mouse's left button to function as a double-click instead of click/select.The problem is that I changed it in the computer settings, not the mouseware properties.The article said it would save batteries and my mouse would last twice as long.Unfortunately now when I try to open some menus I don't have enough time to see what I'm selecting(preview).I change the button configuration in the mouseware properties but I still can't get that button to change back.The real problem is I can't remember how I changed the settings in the first place. HELP!
     
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    Control Panel, Mouse, Buttons ??
     
  3. mudpie

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    Yes I did that and it brings up the Ligitech mouse control panel which shows that my left button is click/select but when I go to my start up screen and single click on an icon it opens that program.
     
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    Tools, Folder Options, General, Click items as follows...???
     
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