How To Enable ClickLock In Windows 7

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ClickLock allows you to highlight or drag without holding down the mouse button. To start using this feature once it is enabled, briefly press the mouse button, and when you want to disable it just simply click the mouse button again. Here the simple steps to enable it in Windows 7.

Note: This guide is for those users who are migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7 and are struggling to find Mouse Properties option.

First of all, right click an empty space on the desktop and then select Personalize.

PersonalizedPersonalization settings will be displayed, locate and click the Change mouse pointer option in the left side column.

Change Mouse Pointer

The Mouse Properties dialogue box will be displayed.

Mouse Pointer

Now click the Button tab and check the option Turn on ClickLock as shown in the following screenshot.

Mouse Pointer

Click the Apply button and that’s it, you are done. Enjoy!

This post has been updated to explain how to enable Click Lock in. The article was updated on April 3, 2012.

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  • Hi!

    I installed my trackpad drivers (Synaptics, Dell Inspiron6400), and the option to disable clicklock doesnt appear anymore. How can I do it?

    Thanks!

  • Hi!

    I installed my trackpad drivers (Synaptics, Dell Inspiron6400), and the option to disable clicklock doesnt appear anymore. How can I do it?

    Thanks!

  • Hi!

    I installed my trackpad drivers (Synaptics, Dell Inspiron6400), and the option to disable clicklock doesnt appear anymore. How can I do it?

    Thanks!