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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Macbook - Used to PC.... How do i cut and paste from websites?


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Can anyone help? I miss my right click on the mouse! I wish I still had that but I would not trade my nee black mac book for the world!
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ctrl + click is the equivalent of right click

Apple + C is copy
Apple + V is paste

Don't forget to use the new User Reputation System
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Can anyone help? I miss my right click on the mouse! I wish I still had that but I would not trade my nee black mac book for the world!
Don't forget if you like some text or pic just do this:

For text: Highlight it and then click and hold and drag the text to your desktop.

For images: Just click on the image and drag it slowly to your desktop.
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and you can set your mouse so that when you have two fingers on the pad and you click its a rigt click, i just got that worked out and i like it even better than the traditional right click
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I went in and changed the settings so I can use 2 fingers on the pad it does that... but I put 2 fingers on the pad and nothing happens.
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ok I just figgured it out. Thanks
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ok I just figgured it out. Thanks
Glad it's sorted.
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Or you could just buy a regular mouse or a Mighty Mouse...
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