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In earlier versions of Windows, you could set it up so that the courser would automatically go to the OK box on the screen but I can't find a way to do it on Windows 10.  Is that gone?
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It is still in the mouse properties in Control Panel, Mouse, Pointer Options.
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As always, you are right.  Guess that means I'm getting old. Thanks
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Ha!   Guess that means I'm getting old.    Me too :]
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