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Many people don't know how useful the RIGHT mouse button can be. The right mouse button displays a "context sensitive" menu. That means, it makes a good guess at what you want to do and displays a menu of commands that are usually appropriate.

For instance, when working in Word and many other applications that permit cut, copy and pasting, instead of using the Edit menu or the buttons on the tool-bar, just right click on the selected text and a small dialog box appears containing the cut, copy and paste commands.

When working with files in My Computer or Windows Explorer, instead of dragging with the left mouse button use the right one to select from the menu which will give you cut, copy and paste options. If you want to know about the size, type of a file etc., right click and select properties.

Give it a try and find out just how useful right clicking can be.