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How do I set my mouse functions?

Posted By : Michael of Chandler-Gilbert Community College on April 10, 2001

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I was using the single-click operation on my desktop, that is, all Icons were always underlined and a single click would activate them, when after having some trouble with a new AOL installation (version 6), I reinstalled some programs, including AOL, and now I'm back to the regular double-click windows operation. My problem is I've forgotten how to set up the single-click operation. Could you help me please?

This question was answered on April 10, 2001. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Firstly, thank you for your question Changing the way your mouse functions with your operating system is a pretty simple procedure All you need to do is click start, go to settings, control panel, and click the mouse icon This should open a window which gives you a number of options on how you would like your mouse to function One of these is one click or two to open a file

'nuff said, thanks again.

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Posted by Michael of Chandler-Gilbert Community College on April 10, 2001

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