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Point and click

Point and click describes the action of a computer user moving the mouse cursor[?] to a certain location on the screen (point) and then pressing the primary mouse button, usually the left one (click). The use of this phrase to describe software implies that the interface can be controlled solely through the mouse, with little or no input from the keyboard.



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