I haven't been able to get mouse to right click. have to use contol keys to copy/paste. Have also been getting error msg. about not able to find m3plugin. I think adaware may have removed something connected to it. not sure. Bad things that may have contribed to problem: download of aim, other people on my computer comcast mcafee. help?
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Re: I can't get my mouse to right click
Check mouse settings in Control Panel. The tabs & sections that appear may vary depending on mouse make and model. Nearly all of them will have a test area where you can check click/double-click operation and adjust timing for double-clicking. You may need to temporarily reverse the mouse buttons to check the right-button, again depending on the vendor. If left-click works & right-click does not, the hardware probably has a defective switch or the individual wire used for the right-button may be open in which case replacement is generally the cheapest route unless you are experienced with electronics and soldering techniques.
Regarding m3plugin, if it was removed by AdAware, check the AdAware history for references to it. Any reference to it in there may provide clues about the application that originally installed it. You may need to uninstall then reinstall the application for it to work correctly. It may also be a reference to a program that has been uninstalled and the reference was not properly removed at that time, in which case you should use CCleaner or a similar tool to clean the registry of any erroneous entries. If the message regarding this file only appears during startup, also check the shortcuts in the Startup folder (in the Start Menu) to see if that is where it is attempting to launch it from there.
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You can right click a file or folder and the option menu shows the copy and paste command.just select copy then open the folder or file location where you want to paste then right click and select paste.another easier method is to drag and drop by right clicking and holding down the key whilst moving mouse.ladtly you can highlight and word sentence URL or file and press the shift key along with v for copy...then shift key along with p for paste.
Well, to highlight words you have some choices. Using the mouse is likely the easiest. If you double-click any word it will automatically highlight. If you triple-click it will highlight the entire sentence.
Alternatively, you can drag to highlight. Consider the following:
The cat climbs up the tree.
If you place the cursor (mouse) at the first capital T and then click and drag to the . at the end it will highlight. You can get specific this way.
The following is dependent on what application you are using. If you are using a Word Processor (like MS Word, Libre Writer, or Notepad) you can actually highlight with your arrow keys and shift.
If you take the previous example and were writing in Word, you could use your arrow keys to go to the "cat" portion and then hold down "Shift" - while holding down shift, use your arrow keys to begin highlighting letter by letter.
Give it a shot!
You can then "copy" by using the keyboard shortcut "Ctrl + C" or by "right-clicking" and selecting copy. Lastly, you can press the key on your keyboard that looks like a menu. It is between the ALT and CTRL keys on the right hand side. That is the "Context Menu" button which is the same as "right-clicking".
To paste, the options are similar. You have to click on where you want to paste and then use one of the following:
"Ctrl + V" to paste
"Shift + Insert" to paste
or "right-click" then paste (Or press that context menu key on your keyboard and select paste with your mouse.)
You might try COPY/PASTE:
A virtual, temporary storage area. Information (in the form of text, files, graphics, sound or video) can be copied to the Clipboard from one program or location and pasted elsewhere. The Clipboard can only hold one block of information at a time. Whenever something is copied to the Clipboard, it replaces whatever was there before. There are many platforms which support the Clipboard function.
COPY TO CLIPBOARD
Point mouse cursor to beginning point in text to be copied. Press and hold the "ctrl" key on the keyboard and click mouse. Entire section of text will be highlighted in blue. [NOTE: If only a portion of what you wish to copy is highlighted, then move mouse cursor to end of text, press and hold the "shift" key and click mouse]. Right click mouse and select "copy" from the menu window that opens.
PASTING FROM CLIPBOARD
Open the window you wish to place the copy (e-mail, FB profile page--status box, etc), click where you wish to place copy, then right click and select "paste" from the menu window that opens. NOTE: Edit as you would normally typed text.
[shortcut paste: press and hold ctrl key and press letter "V"].
Simply drag your cursor over the word or phrase and then click the right hand mouse button and choose copy or on your keyboard, hold the Ctrl key and tap C.
To paste, click the left mouse button to get the cursor in the position that you with to paste the previously copied info and click your right mouse button and choose the paste option. Or again if you prefer to use the keyboard, as before, hold the Ctrl key and tap V.
Highlight whatever it is you want to copy i.e. select with your mouse, (if text select and drag across text) then press the ctrl and c keys together at the same time, navigate to wherever you want to paste and press ctrl and v keys together
If you mean, " How do you copy & paste?" then here is what you do:
Use your mouse to highlight the text you would like to copy. Right click on the highlighted text and select copy. Go to wherever you will like to paste the copied text and right click on the empty space, also known as the text field, and select "paste"
Using the shift button plus the arrow keys you can highlight the text you want. Press the Ctrl button plus the C button to copy (Ctrl + C). Go to the text field where you want to paste and press the Ctrl button and the P button to paste (Ctrl + P).
Copy and Paste has to work. Maybe you are doing something wrong.
For example if you copy three rows of excel data then when you get ready to paste it you must select and highlight three rows to paste it.
There are other ways to copy and paste something tool For example highlight what you want to copy then put the mouse pointer on it and do a Right Click and select copy. You can also Right Click Where you want to paste it.
Also you can highlight what you want to copy then Press and Hold the CTRL then hit the letter C key. When you want to paste it you can simply put the mouse where you want it to go, then Press and Hold the CTRL key then hit the letter V key.
Of course there are the way most people know which is to hit File/Edit/Copy at the top of the window or File/Edit/Paste.