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Using the Mouse

To use Windows efficiently, you must master a few simple operations, all of which you perform with your mouse. Most mouse operations include pointing and clicking. Normal clicking uses the left mouse button; however, some operations require that you click the right mouse button, instead.

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1.jpg To single-click, position the cursor over the onscreen item and click the left mouse button.

2.jpg To double-click, position the cursor over the onscreen item and click the left mouse button twice in rapid succession.

3.jpg To right-click, position the cursor over the onscreen item and then click the right mouse button.

4.jpg To drag and drop an item from one location to another, position the cursor over the item, click and hold the left mouse button, drag the item to a new position, and then release the mouse button.

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