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corel draw scrolling

corel draw scrolling

corel draw scrolling

(OP)
I use Coreldraw 12 and have one problem that just stumps me. I cannot change the mouse scroll wheel from zoom to scroll. Drives me nuts! I have exhausted my knowledge and everyone else that I know---drowning here!

RE: corel draw scrolling

Hi there.

Instead of rolling the mouse scroll wheel, just press it and keep it pressed while rolling. It will scroll down/up the document.

Makiavel

RE: corel draw scrolling

(OP)
Sorry, that wont work either. I confess that i've given up. Thanks anyway!

RE: corel draw scrolling


did you tried to use KatMouse ?
http://www.code-scout.net/katmouse/

If'had the same problem using a M$-Mouse. After installing KatMouse I can scoll up and down with no problem.


Stefan

RE: corel draw scrolling

It seems to be an intrinsic feature change in either v11 or v12.  You may have some luck with customization settings (Tools > Customization > Customization > Commands >All (Show All Items)

This will let you assign some new shortcuts.  This may not be exactly what you are looking for, but might help you find a workable solution.

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