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On a desktop PC, you control your computer’s onscreen pointer (called a cursor) with an external device called a mouse. On a notebook PC, you use a small touchpad instead. Move your finger around the touchpad to move the cursor, and then click the left and right buttons below the touchpad to initiate actions in your program.

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