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7/6/10 3:02 PM
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surfin joe
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I need to buy a single button mouse for a new PC computer.

The users of said computer are both well over 80 years old, and they keep accidentally pressing the right-click and scroll buttons on their standard mouse.

They only need one button and that's it. No scroll mouse and no right-click. The only ones I've seen are for little kids, and are too tiny for the old folks.

Please direct me to an online link to a decent single button PC mouse for adults.

Thank you very much.

SJ
7/6/10 3:55 PM
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gitbox
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You could just disable the right mouse button and scroll wheel. There are registry keys to do this.

If it's XP, try: http://www.ehow.com/how_2258289_disable-right-click-windows-xp.html
7/6/10 3:56 PM
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Cool thanks, will check it out.

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