There may be different times when you wish to change what a cursor looks like. One common time is when adding a hotspot onto an image. You may wish for it to remain the "default" pointer instead of changing of changing into a hand. Or you may wish to make a different change entirely. You can learn about all the different cursor options here: https://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_class_cursor.asp.
Once you identify the CSS you want to utilize for your cursor style it is a matter of create this as a unqiue "Course Style" and then simply applying it to the desired object. Then when your learner mouses over that object, the cursor style will change to the style you specified in your "Course Style". Review the Capture step by step to learn how to add this to your project. In this case we added the "default" style so the cursor would remain a pointer when mousing over a hotspot on an image.