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Middle Button Click in Google Earth

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I have two mice. One 3-button Dell and Logitech MX-1000. When I use the plain 3-button Dell mouse in Google Earth I can "Look" and "Move" around when I click and hold down the middle (one with scroll wheel) down and move around.

When I use the Logitech, it does nothing. Can anyone tell me how to replicate the Dell (or any other plain jane 3-button mouse) on my Logitech mouse?

Doesn't work on both Windows XP/7.
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katredrum--Control Panel|Mouse.  ( since you have two mice, you may have to choose the right one)
Look at the various tabs to see whether you can configure what the middle button does.
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