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Cant get rid of hand and zoom when you press ctrl in photoshop

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Something seems to have happened in my photoshop cs3  

Now when i click Ctrl, i get the + zoom and the curser is a hand - I can't do anything - how do i go back to the normal curser
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You can click the Arrow icon (Move Tool) at the top of the toolbox, of click the "V" key. Right now you've selected the "Hand" tool ("H" key).
 
Hope this helps.
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Thanks for the grade and points. Glad to be of some help!
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