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Published on 08.10.09 by Brent Trahan

Set the Mouse Horizontal Scrolling Preferences

Learn how to set how far the mouse scrolls when you tilt the wheel in Windows 7.

Set the Mouse Horizontal Scrolling Preferences

  1. Right-click an empty space on the desktop and then select Personalize.
  2. Click Change mouse pointers in the top left of the Personalization window.

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  3. Select the Wheel tab.
  4. Set the wheel to scroll by X number of characters in the Horizontal Scrolling section of the Mouse Properties window.

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  5. Click OK to save the settings.

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  1. internetdev says:

    A4tch WOP-35: mouse model

    Horizontal scrolling faild in the part of the window which show files list in explorer even if the horizontal scrollar show it’s possible to scroll.

    I had this product since 4 years and I used it on XP with facilitie, but it since to be a problème of centralization of mouse functions that is missing to be portable as the same way on each application in Seven?

  2. internetdev says:

    Other think: I use a program to force hoizontal scroll wich where useful and it’s called “Amoumain.exe” for A4tech WOP-35 product.

    But the application explorer don’t aswer to horizontal wheel!

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