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Mouse Controls Reversed

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Pavilon 7360ACZ
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My mouse controls are reversed. Left and right clicks are now right and left clicks, and the page back and page forward buttons are on a different side. The main solution is to go to your control panel and change the settings, but that's a band-aid fix, because the page buttons are still reversed, and worst of all my tablet pen doesn't have an option to switch controls, so now that is reversed. Please help.

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@throwaway234 Welcome to HP Community!


I understand that the Mouse Controls Reversed.


Please perform the below steps and check.


By default, the left and right buttons pm a TouchPad (of the bottom left and right areas on a ClickPad) function as left-click and right-click buttons. You can customize button clicks from the TouchPad Properties page. Use the following steps to customize the buttons.


Depending on your computer model and its configuration, the options in this section might vary slightly.

  1. In the Windows search box, type TouchPad.

    From the results list click TouchPad settings.

  2. Click Additional settings.

    Clicking Additional settings on the Touchpad window

  3. Click the Buttons tab. Under Button configuration you can make selections to customize the button functions.

Also, refer to the below link as well.


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