Thank you so much for telling how to correct the cursor control problem. Your suggestion worked perfectly!!
I am running the ProntoProEdit NG program on a Windows XP Pro laptop.
As to running the program in Administrator mode, It is not obvious to me how to insure that I am running in Administrator mode. There is no "right-click" on the file name and a choice to "Run as Administrator". When I right click on the file name, there is a "Run As ..." option. I choose that and that opens a new window with two choices:
(1) Current User (which is my account)
(2) The following user
If I choose "The following User", my choices then are "Administrator" and my own user account. Choosing "Administrator", I enter my own account's password and it rejects the login. Choosing my own account and then running the program does not solve the "CF Version is not correct or the memory is corrupt" problem.
The one and only account on the computer is my own account and it says I am the Administrator.
So, as I say, I am not sure how to run the program as Administrator.