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Mouse cursor is sticked

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I encountered a strange issue that my mouse cursor is sticked and it couldn't be released when edited a Excel file.

I opened a Excel file saved a few days before, then clicked a field on a sheet and draged, finally I tried to release the field and exit the sheet from the Excel file, but I found the current cursor couldn't be released seemed like be sticked so that couldn't exit the Excel file. I only terminated the Excel file by task manager.

As above operations, I opened other Excel files, the situation was same as the Excel file. I think those Excel files itself should be normal.

What problem is it? Anyone help me? Thanks!
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