all-scroll (IE6+) The cursor has four arrows pointing up, down, left, and
auto The default; the browser determines the cursor to display based
on the current element.
col-resize (IE6+) The cursor contains left and right arrows separated by
crosshair The cursor is a crosshair.
move Crossed arrows, indicating that you can move an object.
default The cursor is operating system dependent, usually an arrow pointer.
hand The cursor is a hand.
help The cursor has an arrow with a question mark.
no-drop (IE6 only) The cursor is a hand with a small stop sign.
not-allowed (IE6 only) The cursor is a small stop sign.
pointer (IE6 only) Same as hand.
progress (IE6 only) The cursor is an arrow with an hourglass next to it.
row-resize (IE6 only) The cursor contains up and down arrows connectedby
a horizontal line.
text, (IE6 only) The cursor is an I-bar indicating that the text
the element can be edited.
url (IE6 only) This specifies the location of the cursor file.
wait The cursor is an hourglass or watch.
n-resize, The cursor is an arrow pointing to any of the eight compass