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Double-Clicking

If you're using Windows XP's default operating mode, you'll need to double-click an item to activate an operation. This involves pointing at something onscreen with the cursor and then clicking the left mouse button twice in rapid succession. For example, to open a program, simply double-click a specific icon.

circleone_icon.jpg Position the cursor over the icon or button.
circletwo_icon.jpg Click the left mouse button twice in rapid succession.
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