MacMost Now 842: Using the Secondary Click

The secondary click is also known as a right click or control click. It is commonly used to access context menus and special software functions. You can determine how you create a secondary click by looking at the TrackPad and Mouse sections of System Preferences. But you can always use the Control key to change a primary click into a secondary one.

Comments: 3 Responses to “MacMost Now 842: Using the Secondary Click”

    11 years ago

    I think anyone who used Windows for years (mosr people I suspect) will beleive we've always had right-clicking, it's only long-time Apple customers who enjoy CTRL+click.

    11 years ago

    Really enjoy your helpful tips and your web site.
    Thank you so much!

    11 years ago

    Just like my old Windows PC. Thanks for the tip.

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