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What is the Pointer object from Dev Studio 2005? It appears in the toolbox Can't drag and drop

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I imagine this allows you to change the icon for the pointer but thus far I can find no:
System.Windows.Forms.Pointer  or System.Windows.Forms.pointer
I did find something on MSDN but thus far have not gotten a good example of how the object is used.

Any help would be appreciated. A good example with the using statements would be ideal.
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It doesn't do anything.  It's not a control or component you use.  It's there so you if you've clicked on a control or component and change your mind you can cancel your selection and switch your cursor back to a regular pointer while using visual studio.
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