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Move and center cursor on dual monitor setup

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Hey everyone

I am just wondering if there is a way to setup a shortcut key to move and center the cursor (mouse pointer arrow) on a dual monitor setup. That way you don't have to drag it across, because I always seem to loose it after moving it to the second display and if I could just press a key to have it move and center, I'd always know where it's at.

Thanks :)
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Yes, the only way I can think of going about this is:

1) Start > Control Panel
2) Double Click "Mouse"
3) Select The "Pointer Options" tab
4) Check The Box That Says "Show Location of Pointer When I press the CTRL Key"

Hit apply, and every time you hit your CTRL key it will release a grey wave to give the location of your pointer away.
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