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I was using my MacBook under XP yesterday for the first time without my mighty mouse and I wasnt able to right click using the trackpad. How do you right click using the trackpad under XP?

I searched and couldnt find anything about this so sorry if its already been posted.

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I dont Believe a driver has been written for the two finger trackpad for use in Windows yet. I think you are forced to use an External mouse if you use Windows on your Macbook. I personally have not used Windows on a Macbook so I'm not sure if Cmnd Click works as a right click or not but it might

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dmachine, please keep Windows questions in the Bootcamp-Windows forum as the sticky at the top of every forum states.

Secondly this question has been answered here:
Right-click solution for Boot Camp

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