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I have a "generic" mouse, and like most mice these days, the wheel has a click action as well. My "Microsoft IntelliMouse 1.1A PS/2 Compatible" Mouse used to have software that would allow the wheel click to perform a double-click.

Does Windows 7 allow this, and or is there software I can get that would enable this? The MS IntelliMouse drivers don't work - the wheel click must be recognised some other way.

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AutoHotKey could do this.

MButton::Send {LButton 2}
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I had never heard of this great utility. THANK YOU! This is going to be useful in so many other ways. – Bernhard Hofmann Jul 30 '10 at 6:42
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@Bern; I know, it's brilliant, I love it. – Phoshi Jul 30 '10 at 7:55

Double Click works on my bluetooth mouse and Windows 7 x64.

The Double Click application was designed to be a small program that will turn your middle mouse button into a double click function. It's much smaller than other 3rd party mouse enhancers, as it only does one thing. This will definitely save you getting RSI.

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