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Two monitors

My OS Is wn 7 Prof 64 bit and I have a Lennovo M72e Pc which supports 2 monitors, one is the normal pin outlet and the oher is a HDMI.  Both monitors are connected and work without problems.  The left monitor is monitor 2 and the right Is monior 1.  

At the moment when I am on Monitor 1 and wish to move the mouse to Monitor 2, I would have to move to the extreme right of monitor 1 and the mouse will appear on the left  of Monitor 2.

Since I am right handed I find if more convenient for me to move the mouse on Monitor 1 to the left of it, so that It will appear on the right side of monitor 2.

And if I were to reverse it, from monitor 2  where the mouse is, I would move the mouse to the right most and it will then appear on the left most side of Monitor 1.  

how do I set up doing this?  Hope the gurus could please give me a step by step solution.  Thank u.
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jegajothy
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Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
Control Panel>Display>Change Display Settings

You'll see something like this:
multiple monitorsI have three monitors, but in your case you'll see two. Simply drag one monitor to the left or right, then click OK or Apply, and that will change their positions. That's it! Regards, Joe
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woolnoirCommented:
What Joe said will work, but keep in mind that will prevent you moving the other way around, you cannot make it a loop. I.e it will always hit an edge when you are at the extreme of screen1 or 2.
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jegajothyretiredAuthor Commented:
In response to Joewinograd, thank u - you answer is the right one.  Thank u.
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Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
You're welcome!
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jegajothyretiredAuthor Commented:
thank u for the correct response.  well done.
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Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
I'm glad that it worked for you.
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