If you've recorded the screen with Articulate Storyline and elected to insert View mode steps, it's ikely that you'll need to modify the behavior of the cursor that gets created automatically on every slide. Fortunately, there are several cursor formatting options available.
Open a slide containing a cursor and double-click the cursor to display the Mouse Tools tab on the Ribbon.
Use the Clicks group to change the click sound heard by learners to a Single or Double-click, or remove the sound completely if it's annoying anyone. (Note: There is no Apply to All option so if you want to remove or edit the click sound, you'll need to repeat the process on every slide.)
Next you'll find the Cursors group where you can quickly change the appearance of the cursor (really useful if, during the recording process, the cursor your system displayed wasn't the one Storyline chose for you). Not finding the Cursor you need? no worries. Click the arrow at the bottom right of the group to expand the group.
From there you'll find additional cursors along with an option to Browse for Cursors (you can load any cursor file on your computer or network).
You can use the Path group to perform such cursor trickery as changing the Pointer Path from curved to straight (curved is the default and is ideal), slowing down the cursor speed, hiding or showing the click effect, and changing the direction used by the cursor as it approaches a target.
Last but not least, if all of the Path options above weren't enough, you can always manually drag the cursor around the slide and make it bend to your will (as it were).