I want to connect a mouse and a tablet to the same computer.
I want the mouse's cursor to be separate from the cursor used by the tablet.
Is there a way to make two pointing devices control two separate mouse cursors on Windows 7?
You can try Microsoft's Multipoint . Its basically used in educational institutions to cut down on hardware costs .
You can also try Wunderworks (sadly this is paid too )
All these tools allow multiple mouse points , might also work with tablet .
Perhaps TeamPlayer software would suit your needs.
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