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Inverting the mouse in windows

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When my windows app is runnning (minimized) I want the mouse to be "inverted". When the mouse is moved up the pointer moves down and when the mouse is moved down the pointer goes up. But left and right will remain unchanged. Can anyone show me an example of how I can do this?
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Thank you Triskelion, for letting us know of these multiple entries.

kpnkpn-->  I have refunded these 100 points to you, and this item closed; rather than deleting it I am posting this information so you can avoid these types of problems in the future, costing you additional points for these problems.  Rather than using the browser controls (F5/Refresh or the back button), please use the Reload function of this application.  Also, hitting submit more than once can cause this problem as well.

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