Adjust Wheel Scroll in Windows 8

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    First thing that we need to do is right-click on the lower-left corner of the screen.
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    From the drop-down menu, we click "Control Panel".
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    When the "Control Panel" window open, we need to click "Hardware and Sound".
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    From "Hardware and Sound", we should click "Mouse" from the "Devices and Printers" subsection.
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    When the "Mouse Properties" window opens, we need to click the "Wheel" tab.
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    From the "Wheel" tab, we can change the mouse wheel settings.
    For example, the first section is "Vertical Scrolling", which means that if we roll the wheel one notch, we will move three lines. We can change it by clicking the input field.
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    For example, we type "5".
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    We can set it to "6", "9", "10", or whatever we choose by clicking arrows.
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    We can click "One screen at a time" to check it.
    That means that if we are working with a text document that has several pages, and we scroll down or up, we will change the page. The same thing can be done by pressing "Page Up" or "Page Down" buttons on the keyboard.
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    The next section is "Horizontal Scrolling".
    The same goes here. It's set to "3" in this video. We can change it to "5", "6", "10", etc.
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    Once we have set everything according to our preference, we click "OK".
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    We can now close the "Hardware and Sound" window.
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Recent edits by: Eng, Alexander Avdeev, Lukward Thomason

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