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Cursor Utilities
Cursor utilities are the part of the Mac OS you use to work with the cursor (the small image, typically an arrow, that a user manipulates with the mouse to select objects or areas on the screen). For example, you can use the cursor utilities to get and set the cursor, show and hide the cursor, and animate the cursor.

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Inside Macintosh: Imaging With QuickDraw
(Chapter 8 - Cursor Utilities)
This document describes how your application can use QuickDraw to create and display Macintosh graphics. It covers both basic and Color QuickDraw.

Chapter 8 describes how you initialize the cursor, create cursors, change the shape of the cursor, and animate a cursor to show that an extended process is taking place.

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