If you had recorded a software Demonstration, the project you created would have included a mouse pointer on every slide that can easily be edited (the pointer can be moved or deleted, and its appearance changed). Unfortunately, the project you are working with is a video. You can see the mouse pointer moving around the screen, but you cannot edit it at all. Or can you? Although it is not obvious that you have any mouse editing features in a Video Demo, looks are deceiving. In fact, you can display the mouse points within a Video Demo and perform such feats as deleting a mouse point, changing the appearance of the mouse, smooth out the mouse path, and even add visual mouse clicks.