Two Monitors

My pc is a Lennovo M72e and the OS is win 10 prof 64 bit, and I have 2 monitors.  At the moment how I navigate the mouse somehow got changed.
The monitor 1 is on my right and the 2nd monitor is on my left.
If I am in on Monitor 1, I have to move my mouse to the right of monitor 1 extreme for the mouse to appear on the left of the screen on Monitor 2.  
But as I am right handed, I would like the mouse to move to the left extreme on Monitor 1 and appear on  the right side of monitor 2.
and once in Monitor 2, to move the mouse the reverse, i.e. to the right side of monitor 2 and it will appear on the left side of monitor 1.
Can the experts please  suggest the way to achieve this.  thank u and regards
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Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
Go to Control Panel and Screen Resolution
You'll see 2 monitors on the screen
Just grab and drag monitor from left to the right (switch places)

Click OK and from now your left monitor will be on the right and mouse direction will be corrected.

If you must make other monitor a primary and have Start and all icons on it, just select picture with monitor and select check box Make this my main display


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jegajothyretiredAuthor Commented:
Congratulations for the correct solution, which worked and I was able to implement within minutes as your solution was very easy to follow.  Thank u and regards and happy holidays
Tom CieslikIT EngineerCommented:
You are very welcome :)
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