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screen reduced as cursor is moved across the screen

Posted on 2011-03-06
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I recently purchased a Toshibal L675 laptop. I have IE explore 8. Sometimes if I move my cursor across the screen, the screen size will reduce. Ando sometimes a very small scroll bar will appear as if it is hijacking the scroll bar I wish to use. How annoying. I can't believe this so called feature was allowed. Anyway, how do I turn it off. It is so annoying. I have to give presentations on my laptop sometimes and it is so annoying.
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Go to the Classic view of Control Panel...click on Mouse...click on Device Settings...click on the Settings button..it will bring up a new window about Synaptics....click on Virtual Scrolling. Un-click the horizontal and vertical scrolling button and click Apply down at the bottom and it is disabled.  
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Thank you so much!
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