Windows Mobile 6.5
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Many devices, such as Windows® phones, rely on touch input rather than mouse input to enhance portability. Applications, however, process touch events as a click of the left mouse button, so adding support for mouse input to your OS design can provide broader capabilities through the support of the additional buttons and mouse wheel.

Mouse Application Development

Describes how input events generated by the mouse are processed by the operating system, and provides information on APIs commonly used in applications that rely on mouse input.

Mouse Reference

Provides a description of the Mouse programming elements.

User Interface

Provides information on the ways that a user can interact with a Windows Mobile device and its applications.