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To give all of your pointers a new look, click the Scheme drop-down list, and then click a new mouse pointer scheme. To change an individual pointer, under Customize, click the pointer you want to change in the list, click Browse, click the pointer you want to use, and then click Open. Click OK.
Physically moving the mouse moves the graphic pointer (also referred to as the cursor) on the screen. The pointer has a variety of shapes to indicate its current behavior. Typical mouse pointers. A modern mouse typically has a primary button (usually the left button), a secondary button (usually the right), and a mouse wheel between the two.
Explains how to troubleshoot mouse pointer display problems. The common symptoms include jerky or flickering mouse pointers and disappearing mouse cursors. ... This article describes how to resolve most of the known mouse pointer display issues in the Microsoft games that are listed in the "Applies to" section.
A cursor is a small picture whose location on the screen is controlled by a pointing device, such as a mouse, pen, or trackball. In the remainder of this overview, the term mouse refers to any pointing device. When the user moves the mouse, the system moves the cursor accordingly. The cursor functions enable applications to create, load ...
My mouse pointer is not showing. It is a touch screen laptop so I can use the touchscreen.... but it is really tedious to do everything without a mouse. When i press ctrl I can see the location of the mouse but not the actual mouse arrow icon. It is a fairly new laptop running on Windows 8.