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using mouse scroll with lotus 123 release 5Helpful Member! 

fmfilippi (TechnicalUser) (OP)
3 Nov 03 12:52
Is anybody there who may help me? I had lotus 123 release 5 installed on Windows XP Home platform and i could use the mouse scrolling wheel all right. Now that I bought a new DELL Inspiron 8600 with XP Professional I can't get it working.....

buzzlightswitch (TechnicalUser)
3 Dec 03 4:34
I had the same problem, which happened only in 123 - scrolling in all other programs worked perfectly. I was told to install Microsoft Intellimouse software. Bingo! It worked instantly and perfectly.
plymstock (IS/IT--Management)
23 Dec 03 17:24
But was your mouse an MS one?  Mine's Logitech, and I don't have the 123 scroll facility.  I CAN install Intellimouse if it will help, but don't want to clutter up the PC if it's unlikeley to resolve the issue.
AUEngineer (TechnicalUser)
26 Dec 03 0:40
I have a logitech optical mouse and had the latest Logitech drivers but scroll in Lotus didn't work.  So, I uninstalled my Logitech drivers, rebooted, installed the latest Microsoft Intellipoint drivers, selected the standard wheel mouse model, and Lotus scroll feature worked!
plymstock (IS/IT--Management)
26 Dec 03 5:10
Thanks - I solved it differently in the end.  On Logitech's Mouse Properties I deselected "Use MS Office compatible scroll only" and now have full scrolling in 123.  I don't know what features I am missing becasue of this, but nothing has shown up yet!

BTW - Logitech's latest drivers for the cordless optical mouse are pretty emasculated.  Had to go back to an older driver (9.41) to get the "Scroll Lock" option for the thumb button - they stripped it out of later drivers!
123r5w (TechnicalUser)
22 Jan 04 14:12
I downloaded the driver for Intellimouse Optical... which apparently is the same as for the Intellimouse... but I still cannot scroll (or as MS calls it: auto-scroll) in 123r5w in Win XP Home.  Oddly enough, at work, where I use Win 98, I wasn't able to auto-scroll with my HP wheel mouse until I downloaded the latest Logitech driver for a basic wheel mouse.  
Helpful Member!  mlginsbe (MIS)
29 Apr 04 17:49
- Loaded IBM Scrollpoint II drivers and it fixed the problem:

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