How to Pointing, Clicking and Dragging the Mouse?
Pointing to an item on the screen means moving your mouse so the pointer appears to be touching the item. When you point to something, a small box often appears that describes the item. For example, when you point to the Recycle Bin on the desktop, a box appears with this information: “Contains the files and folders that you have deleted.”
Pointing to an object often reveals a descriptive message about it.
The pointer can change depending on what you’re pointing to. For example, when you point to a link in your web browser, the pointer changes from an arrow to a hand with a pointing finger.
Most mouse actions combine pointing with pressing one of the mouse buttons. There are four basic ways to use your mouse buttons: clicking, double-clicking, right-clicking, and dragging.
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