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Use thumb to keep left hand button pressed down, at the same time scroll ball by moving fingers over the top of the ball, forwards, backwards, side to side
By Wendy Roberts on 09 December 2014
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usb
cabled good trak ball mouse

By John Gregory on 23 March 2015
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Hi there,
I've found the logitech page which may help you, but it doesn't look that user friendly to me. Maybe a phone call would be better? Don't give up because after using Marble Mouse you will never want to go back. http://support.logitech.com/en_us/software/logitech-control-center-for-macintosh-os-x

By The 3 Hares on 19 February 2015
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Oops sorry, wrong answer, wrong mouse. Yes they are programmable in the Settings for exit and minimize ....under 'other'.
By Brambles on 10 July 2014
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Yes should work fine
By Kravak on 22 February 2016
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I use Logitech marble mouse on all my work inc CAD drawings accounts and invoicing.
It takes a bit of getting used to but is much quicker and accurate for precision drawings once you get the hang of it
I wont use anything else

By Amazon Customer on 01 March 2016
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Yes, I upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10 several months ago and the mouse works fine.
By Reuben on 04 August 2016
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Short answer: Yes.
Longer answer: It appears to be a class compliant human interface device, which means that it doesn't need any special drivers. The cursor movement and all four buttons (left/right click, and browser forward/backward) all work with the standard USB drivers that will be in all major operating systems… see more
Short answer: Yes.
Longer answer: It appears to be a class compliant human interface device, which means that it doesn't need any special drivers. The cursor movement and all four buttons (left/right click, and browser forward/backward) all work with the standard USB drivers that will be in all major operating systems, including Windows 10. see less

By Name on 21 October 2015
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You should be able to if you download a piece of software "Marble Scroll" I've used this with my Logitech trackball since I got it as I was frustrated with no scroll wheel. The software I found is small and simple and works with Windows7(not sure about 8). It works as a normal mouse does in all games that I've tried us… see more You should be able to if you download a piece of software "Marble Scroll" I've used this with my Logitech trackball since I got it as I was frustrated with no scroll wheel. The software I found is small and simple and works with Windows7(not sure about 8). It works as a normal mouse does in all games that I've tried using it. You just hold down one of the back/forward buttons down as a modifier then when you roll the ball up or down it emulates a mouse wheel. I have used this with flight simulators which need scrolling and it works but cannot confirm for train sims! see less
By Mr. Cg Goddard on 20 January 2015