A computer programmer once told a co-worker of mine to always remember: "The right click is your friend". Learning to use the right side of your mouse will help you get acquainted with many shortcuts and ways to modify displays to your liking. For example, right clicking on the "Start" button gives you a pop-up menu in which you may choose "Explore" to quickly move to the Windows Explorer. And in newer versions of Word and Word Perfect, misspelled words are signified with a wavy line, which when you right click on the word you see a pop-up menu suggesting correct spellings. Be bold and experiment with the right side of your mouse.
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|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|