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Turning off left-right scroll n Excel


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How can you configure the mouse to turn off the left-right scroll? Trying to use it in Excel is exceedingly irritating. Most spreadsheet have most data in the far-left columns but when scrolling down, the slightest right movement causes the spreadsheet view to lurch off into far-right empty columns.
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