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    How do I right click on windows?
    Topic. I'm just using a normal macbook pro, and I can't figure out how to right click. Do I have to get a usb mouse, or what?

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    Specs:
    MacBook (Mid-2007, 10.5.8) + MacBook Pro (Late-2008, 10.9) - See Signature
    easiest way is to press-and-hold ctrl while you click the trackpad button.

    You can also go into
    System Pref. - KeyBoard & Mouse - Trackpad
    and check "tap trackpad using two fingers for secondary click" and use that.

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    the two finger tap, mentioned above, RULES. i highly recommend it.

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