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I have an old Logitech MouseMan M-RR63 cordless mouse that I use with my PC running Windows 10. I use it left handed and my pinkie finger often accidentally presses the small button on the left side of the mouse. So I want to disable it but I don't know how. I downloaded and installed both Logitech Unifying Software and Setpoint Settings from the Logitech website, but neither of them has the option anywhere to disable that button. Any ideas?
Would anything in the Logitech website help? Here's a link: https://support.logitech.com/en_us/article/23123
You can reverse the functions of the left and right mouse buttons using Control Panel/Mouse, but I don't think you can disable a button. I'd ask Logitech.
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