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How to right-click with no mouse

Computer-mouse-outline-no-mouseRight-clicking the mouse button often gives you a pop-up menu with more options. This menu is contextual and the options given are based upon where you right-clicked. So what happens if your mouse breaks and you can't right-click. Thankfully Windows has a universal keyboard shortcut that does a right-click wherever your cursor is located. The key combination for this shortcut is Shift + F10.

There are other keyboard shortcuts available, so if anyone is interested in these just leave me a comment. If there is enough interest I will write more about these in my next post.

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Thanks Boss.

hardly correct

incorrect - options differ

I'm in the process of navigating my way around a key board,I would be greatful for some of your tips,I am a total beginner but I want to learn
yours sincerely
JA Dawson

Excellent help for me. Thanks

Great Post!!!Thanks for sharing such an informative article. The Mouse has many interesting facts about them that I never knew. My knowledge of this subject needs to expand.

As one who archives mails, I thank you for this post. Remote work via a laptop, e.g. without a mouse, involves a learning curve. A note for me it was Shift+Fn+F10. Not sure if the minor difference is intuitive to more seasoned users, but I figured I would share.

Hello . I searched various sites as well as Wikipedia and my questions are that the universal command is shift + F10, but my Lenovo ideapad330 laptop does not run this shortcut, I tried every other shortcut but it is useless. please help . Thanks

Hello . I searched various sites as well as Wikipedia and my questions are that the universal command is shift + F10, but my Lenovo IDPad laptop does not run this shortcut, I tried every other shortcut but it is useless. please help . Thanks

Shift+Fn+F10

Shift+Fn+F10

but what if we dont have mouse and we want to right click sth where the cursor is not on and the item is only selected

We know that there are further than a hundred keys on a keyboard, but we aren't familiar with all of them as we do n’t use the other keys, we just use only the common keys. But there's a key that's between the windows crucial and Ctrl. But this option is substantially available on the old keyboards. So if your keyboards do n’t have this button also there's demanded to worry, about because you're using the streamlined keyboard.How to Right-Click without A Mouse

Two keys for a one click is not a shortcut!

This doesn't work in Linux. Actually it does in files and folders, but inn Firefox the dropdown menu is different. Specifically I am missing the "copy image" option. Or is there a way to customize with extension, or just find a shortcut key for "copy image"?

Funny, it is not possible on you website

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