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There is no right click in apple mouse model M5769

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By holding the control Key whilst clicking you should do the equivalent of a right click. Some apple mice do distinguish between clicking your mouse to the right or left side but i have not found anything that says that your model has that feature.

Posted on Apr 04, 2011

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You can hold the control key on your keyboard as you click. That will give you the same effect.

If you want to change it so that you mouse can always right-click without having to hold a key, follow these instructions:

  1. Open System Preferences
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